5G is the fifth-generation technology standard for mobile networks to increase speed, reduce latency, and support more devices.
AIOps stands for artificial intelligence for IT operations and describes how IT teams use big data, analytics, and machine learning to respond to and predict network outages.
CBRS or Citizens Broadband Radio Service is 150 MHz of spectrum (3.55-3.7 GHz) in the 3.5 GHz band (Band 48) that can be used for private mobile networks.
Cloud networking, or cloud-managed networking, provides the visibility, management, and scale needed to operate today’s distributed cloud and on-premises infrastructure.
Modern data centers are virtual infrastructures that support applications and communicate data across on-premise and cloud environments.
Dynamic Segmentation is a solution that simplifies and secures the network by enforcing. role-based access control across the infrastructure.
EVPN-VXLAN is a network fabric that extends layer 2 connectivity as a network overlay over an existing physical network to create more agile, secure, and scalable networks.
FedRAMP is a United States government program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.
A hybrid workplace blends mostly remote and mobile work with periodic on-site, in-office work.
Hyper-aware facilities use IoT, OT, and IT network-generated information to respond and adapt to environmental and occupancy conditions.
The Intelligent Edge transforms data from users, devices and IoT at the network edge into better business insights, operations, products, and experiences.
Multi-gigabit Ethernet delivers the high speed and PoE support for today’s business critical wireless access, cloud-based services, IoT devices, and bandwidth intensive tools.
Network as a Service (NaaS) is a flexible way to consume enterprise network infrastructure to enable organizations to optimize network performance and user experiences through a cloud-like subscription model.
Learn about network overlays and how they can help modernize your network.
Network topology is the arrangement of the different network elements of a communication network, usually represented with a graph.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is an access layer technology that combines data signals and electrical power into a single Ethernet cable connection to enable remote powered device operation.
Learn more about role-based access security and how it supports Zero Trust and SASE security frameworks.
SASE or Secure Access Service Edge is a network architecture that combines WAN edge features with cloud-delivered security to improve network performance and security.
SD-Branch centrally automates the deployment, management, and operation of your wireless, wired, and WAN infrastructure under a single, software-defined framework.
A software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) is a modern cloud-first architecture that more intelligently connects users to applications, whether hosted in the cloud or the data center.
A spine-leaf architecture is data center network topology that consists of two switching layers—a spine and leaf.
Wi-Fi (often written as wifi or WiFi) defines the protocols that enable communications over wireless routers and access points using 802.11.
Based on the 802.11ax protocol, Wi-Fi 6 provides multi-user efficiencies and higher throughput to meet the needs of enterprises, distributed branches, and small businesses.
Wi-Fi 6E extends Wi-Fi 6 to the 6 GHz band to provide more contiguous spectrum and less interference and to support multi-gigabit speeds and extremely low latency.
Wireless LAN (WLAN) is a type of Local Area Network (LAN) that uses wireless communication over access points (APs) to connect client devices.