Wi-Fi Design and the Cinema Story

Wi-Fi works with radio waves. These are similar in nature to sound you can hear (not exactly, but let me have a little artistic licence). Why do you need to have Wi-Fi that works within reasonable RF power bounds? I've come up with a little story to help. Let's translate Wi-Fi in to audio. So here's the story..
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Wi-Fi and The Problem With RADAR (DFS)

It sounds like a bit of a stretch for most people that Wi-Fi would have an issue with Radar. Microwave ovens are a pretty well known interferer with Wi-Fi in the 2.4GHz spectrum (they generate alerts for interferers, so we know they're there!)
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Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) Introduction

Zero Trust Architecture is the latest concept in security architecture. We’re starting to hear this term widely used and in this explainer blog, we take a look at what Zero Trust means – and why you might want to implement this technology.
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Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) Deployment

Zero Trust Architecture is all about providing a much higher level of security for your users, devices and data, than we've had in the past. The key concept is to only provide access strictly where it is required - hence the Zero Trust. In this blog, we'll take a look at the how you can approach a ZTA deployment.
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Cisco ISE: Top 5 Unique Features

Cisco ISE is Cisco’s Identity Services Engine, and it is at the heart of Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture strategy to provide visibility and security in the most demanding Enterprise networks.
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Clinical Fridge Monitoring

Fridge temperature monitoring? Why would you want to do that? There is one area where this is critical - and that's in the clinical space.
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Cisco Access Points – Naming standards

When you're installing a new wireless network, there's a lot of variables and decisions you need to make, right out of the gate. Some decisions work just fine with small installations, but just don't scale to larger ones. One such decision is the way in which you name your Cisco Access Points.  
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Cisco DNA Center Assurance

Cisco DNA Center is Cisco’s answer to the SDN (Software Defined Networking) question. The next generation of network management is about a much more dynamic approach to network management with automatic insights and health scores on the network. How do you provide intent based networking, providing simplicity of management and control, while providing[…]
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AP Placement - Location Grade Wi-Fi Tracking

Here we review how the typical AP layout for location grade WLAN is laid out - but also take a look at the Cisco Hyperlocation module and how that might help you achieve the highest levels of location accuracy.
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The End of The Cisco 5508

Cisco have announced the end-of-life of the Cisco 5508 wireless controller, as of August 2018. If you already have SmartNet on your product, support will continue until October 2020. After that, you're on your own. For us as a Company, the 5508 has proved a solid and reliable product over the years, a benchmark if you like by which all other[…]
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