Cisco Wireless Hosts Wireless Field Day 3

September 14, 2012 - 1 Comment

I have a special treat for you today: IT’S WIRELESS FIELD DAY!

Thanks to Stephen Foskett of Gestalt IT, we and the Cisco Wireless Business Unit, or WNBU (pronounced “Win-Boo”), are hosting some very special guests at our very own San Jose campus. This is a part of a series of 2-day events where group of influential bloggers tour networking companies across Silicon Valley to learn about the latest and greatest in the wireless networking space. (For more on Tech Field Day, visit

We invite you to join us LIVE (provided we are lucky enough to be spared from technical difficulties) today, Friday September 14th from 1:30-3:30pm. We’ll be hosting a livestream RIGHT HERE on our blog. You can also visit or follow the hashtag #WFD3 on Twitter.


UPDATE (3:00pm): LiveStream is now over: We will be uploading the recorded videos when they are ready 🙂

HS2.0 Mobilization of the Internet

WNBU Chief Technology Officer Bob Friday introduces Cisco’s position on Next Generation Hotspot.

802.11ac: The next generation of Wi-Fi

WNBU Product Line Manager Mark Denny gives an overview of the 802.11ac specification, the next step in Wi-Fi technology, and Cisco’s leadership approach for introducing this significant update to the marketplace

Bonjour Discussion

WNBU Product Line Manager Jeevan Patil discusses how Cisco solves the Protocol Problem with application recognition through layer 7 to improve a user’s quality of experience (QoE) on the network and extending Network Based Application Recognition (NBAR).


Can’t make it? Don’t worry! We’ll be uploading the videos later for your viewing pleasure.

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  1. This is great! Thanks for setting up this interactive and informative session.