Are you still using 1st generation 802.11n Access Points? WHY would you up-grade to the new 802.11ac access points? Here at the top reasons to migrate to 802.11ac: CleanAir: The 1st Generation 802.11n APs (i.e. AP1142) did not have our SAGE ASIC, which allows the system to PRO-actively identify, Classify, Locate and Mitigate interference Increased CPU & …
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What do you know about 802.11ac?
What do you know about upgrading to 802.11ac? Check out these slides for a quick overview.
Mobility Features You Can Use – FREE TRAINING – Farmington, Ct 3/3 – 9-12
Enterprise Networking Mobility Break customer series webinars – multiple dates below
Superbowl Stats – Cisco Wireless – STUNNING!
Event Statistics (12pm – 11pm) Attendance of 70,233 Total unique Wifi clients 25,936 (37%) Peak concurrent Wifi clients 17,322 (25%) Aggregate WAN traffic = 2.76TB Into stadium / 3.79TB out of stadium Total data moved = 6.55TB WAN circuit high water mark of 2.56Gbps (inbound + outbound)
Take The Meraki Challenge and win an Apple or Android Smartwatch!
CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE MERAKI CHALLENGE Simple: not a word that you generally associate with IT. Cisco Meraki, the market-leading cloud-managed IT solution, makes network management radically simple for more than 500 new customers every week. See for yourself. Take the Meraki Challenge and experience how easy network management can be. The grand prize winner and …
Scared of 802.11AC Wave 2 Wi-Fi? Here comes Cisco Multigigabit to the rescue
Remember the old days when Wi-Fi was much slower than a wired connection? Workers were forced to choose between speed and mobility. Plug into the wired network and have great connectivity speeds so users could browse the web quickly, watch streamed videos, copy files from one location to the other, or send that large attachment …
Cisco Wireless Access Design Clinic – NY, NY 2/10/15
REGISTER NOW 8:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Registration and Breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m. Join Cisco experts to learn about design principles to help you overcome challenges caused by the increased number of mobile devices using …
802.11ac Wave 2 may force Ethernet switch upgrades as early as 2015
The high bandwidth of 802.11ac Wave 2 might force enterprises to upgrade to faster Ethernet switches in 2015. As enterprises start to adopt 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless technology in 2015, many enterprises may need to upgrade Ethernet switches to support the higher bandwidth Wi-Fi. In 2014, many organizations, especially schools and universities, embraced Wave 1 Gigabit …
Improve Your Business Results with Mobility and Analytics
Marlowe Fenne When it comes to delivering better business outcomes, many IT people could be sitting on a virtual goldmine – particularly when it comes to location analytics. Here are some new ways that you can extract more of that valuable information from your network, and some things to think about as you add new …