Ensuring Safer Healthcare Wireless – Backed by Evidence
Wireless technologies are now a mission-critical capability in the array of hospital network tools. But making wireless technologies patient-safe remains a challenge. Hear from our experts on best practices and evidence-based design.
Moving Wi-Fi Forward: It Takes Great People and Great Technology
Cisco is thrilled that the Wi-Fi Alliance has honored Cisco with the 2020 Industry Impact Award for outstanding contributions to regulatory changes needed to make 6 GHz spectrum available for unlicensed use, and our Distinguished Architect Stephen Orr with its 2020 Mission Specialist Award for his outstanding contributions to the WFA Security Marketing and WFA […]
Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire Fluidmesh Networks
To meet the growing demand for wireless connectivity in the most challenging environments, Cisco is announcing its intent to acquire Fluidmesh Networks, a privately-held, New York-based leader in wireless backhaul systems. Fluidmesh’s leading technology will compliment Cisco’s robust industrial wireless portfolio, providing reliable and resilient wireless solutions for mission critical applications.
FCC’s 6GHz Proposal Marks the Next Great Leap in Wireless Technology
Today marks a milestone in the evolution of Wi-Fi technology. Thanks to Chairman Pai’s proposal, the FCC plans to make an additional 1,200 megahertz of spectrum available for unlicensed use. This represents the first spectrum allocation for Wi-Fi since 2003 and it couldn’t have come at a more critical time. Wi-Fi is already the most […]
The Future of Wi-Fi Depends on Access to the 6GHz Band
Wi-Fi 6 is necessary to realizing the promise of the technology of tomorrow. And access to 6 GHz unlicensed spectrum is crucial to the future of our wireless infrastructure.
Cisco Intent-Based Networking Everywhere
We launched intent-based networking a year ago with the introduction of the Catalyst 9000 and DNA Center. Our next step is putting Intent-based networks in more places.
Meraki Wireless Health APIs Make Network Assurance Easier
New API endpoints make it easier to build solutions that can simplify the management of wireless deployments of all types and for all verticals.