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Technology & IT | Thursday 10 February, 2022 10:57 am |
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Cisco Reveals New Innovations to Help Businesses Make Hybrid Work, Work

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) Announced new innovations that make it easier for organizations to support hybrid work models with people working from home, in the office, or anywhere. 

 

Businesses of all sizes are adjusting to the major digital transitions that have reshaped IT plans and operations over the past two years, spanning hybrid cloud to connect private and public clouds, AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning) for the adoption of IoT, and hybrid work to connect everyone and everything securely. Hybrid work success is not simply the ability to support a remote workforce. It is the ability to adapt to change as it happens, and that starts with the network. 

 

The Network. Powering Hybrid Work.

The network is the essential driver of productivity in a hybrid world, helping businesses, schools, and governments work better. As more people require the flexibility to work on their terms, organizations must rapidly scale their digital operations to enable the connections needed for the work-from-anywhere approach.

 

For hybrid work to work, a fundamental change is required in how organizations use and rely on technology. Connecting more people and more devices across more places requires ubiquitous wireless connections, increased network strength and resiliency, and reliable zero trust security to deliver the best experience every time, with no interruptions.

 

“Hybrid work doesn’t work without the network,” said Todd Nightingale, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise Networking and Cloud, Cisco. “The capabilities of the network empower the capabilities of the workforce. The more performance, agility, and flexibility built into networks, the stronger the workforce. Our new wireless networking solutions together with the new Catalyst switches powered by Silicon One enable hybrid work productivity and agility by connecting everyone and everything from everywhere.” 

 

New wireless networking and access innovations announced today include: 

  • Wi-Fi 6E (Catalyst 9136 and Meraki MR57): Wi-Fi 6E technology expands capacity to exceed gigabit performance. The new Cisco Wi-Fi 6E products from Catalyst and Meraki are the industry’s first high-end 6E access points that address the most demanding hybrid business environments.
  • Cisco Private 5G: Cisco’s Private 5G managed service delivered together with global service provider and technology partners, offers a wireless experience that is simple to start, intuitive to operate, and trusted for digital transitions to hybrid work and IoT.
  • Catalyst 9000X Switches: New Catalyst 9000X models extend the family and deliver the backbone that provides the speed, bandwidth capacity, and scale needed to support 100G/400G network access for transitions to hybrid work in the campus and extending the branch with zero trust security and power efficiency.
  • Introduction of Cisco Silicon One to the Catalyst Switching Portfolio: Cisco Silicon One, originally deployed in web scale and service provider networks, continues to prove its capabilities and programming flexibility to support networking innovation across enterprise networks. The new Catalyst 9500X and 9600X Series switches are powered by the Cisco Silicon One Q200. 

 

Mohammed Alabdulqader, General Manager, Radio Spectrum Monitoring, Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), said: “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the first and only country in Europe and the MENA region that allows the use of the 1200MHz band in waves of frequencies of 6GHz for license-free use. The Communications and Information Technology Commission has adopted a technology-neutral approach that aims to enable all wireless technologies, including Wi-Fi 6E. We have worked tirelessly with our global partners, including Cisco, to enhance the uses of the new generation of wireless networks (Wi-Fi 6E), leading to the launch of Cisco Catalyst 9136 access points with the aim of realizing the maximum technical potential of the technology in terms of innovative applications and diversified use, including the Internet of Things.” 

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