Cisco's expanded push into 5G and WiFi 6 is leading the vendor into wider opportunities outside of its traditional domain.
Netsurion's John Ayers, VP of product management, and Aaron Branson, VP of marketing dive into the SD-WAN market and the company's all-in-one BranchSDO solution; enabling managed service providers (MSPs) to securely manage small-office, SMB...
The latest IoT Barometer from Vodafone finds that 52% of IoT adopters are considering using 5G connectivity.
Cisco is optimistic about the opportunities for Wi-Fi 6 in the near term and expects massive proliferation to reach clients by early 2020.
The offering leverages its existing cloud IP suite of services — including routing, SD-WAN, and security — while reducing the complexity and cost of legacy networks.
The carrier's 5G network is now live in 19 markets. Rival Verizon Wireless just recently launched its first two markets with standards-based 5G service.
The auction of 5G-specific spectrum seems unlikely before early-2020, as Brussels 5G pilot is also put on hold over health concerns tied to radiation emissions.
The company also updated its operating system to power what it calls security-driven networking, including new features for SD-WAN, edge, and multi-cloud environments.
Aruba’s core focus is around networking, but the company also enhanced its security capabilities with artificial intelligence.
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Others have argued that 5G alone will offer the low latency, speed, and spectrum efficiency to support mission critical apps.
The operator also unveiled its second annual Mobile Security Index, which found that more companies suffered a mobile device attack compared to last year, and they were hit harder.
The attacks occurred after security research firm Pen Test Partners posted a blog containing demonstration code on how to exploit the routers. The firm was involved in initially finding the vulnerability.
Juniper CEO called the purchase an "offensive move" against its networking competitors, namely Cisco and Aruba.