Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul is a wireless technology that enables you to connect moving assets or extend your network where running fiber isn't feasible or affordable. It delivers up to a 7.8-Gbps data rate, 99.995% availability, less than 10-ms latency, and zero packet loss with seamless handoffs. This proven technology operates in unlicensed spectrum, deploys like Wi-Fi, and gives you full control of your network.
Enjoy ultra-reliable, low-latency connectivity for your most demanding applications.
This proven technology is similar to Wi-Fi to install, and it operates in unlicensed spectrum.
Connect moving assets or extend wireless connectivity where running fiber isn't an option.
Video/VoIP for emergency stations and security cameras
Vehicle connectivity, pipeline telemetry, CCTV
Vehicle control and dispatch, de-icing, CCTV, VoIP
Secure connectivity for situational awareness
Wireless comms for AGV and AS/RS systems
Sensor telemetry, remote monitoring
Protected connectivity for remote monitoring and safety
CCTV, monitoring, security alerts, Wi-Fi backhaul
The go-to solution for dark rides and theme parks
Enhanced AMR and AGV connectivity for factory floors
Cisco Catalyst IW9167 Series provides reliable wireless connectivity for mission-critical applications in state-of-the-art hardware.
Choose one of two technologies that the series offers: Wi-Fi 6 or Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul.
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“Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul has redefined our perception of what can be done with wireless. It is the first time that our operators have been able to drive around the terminal without dropping a single ping. We believe this solution to be a no-brainer for any terminal looking to solve TOS connectivity or any terminal looking to roll out an automation-capable OT network. Uptime for us is king and Cisco Wireless Backhaul has over-delivered on its promises.”Stefano Lorenzini, Technical Department of La Spezia Container Terminal
“Automation is a top priority over the coming year for our customers. Across industrial environments, like manufacturing and distribution centers, autonomous vehicles are reducing downtime, improving productivity, and ensuring operator safety. In cargo ports, operators are controlling autonomous guided vehicles, like cranes and straddle carriers, safely and efficiently from the comfort of temperature-controlled offices. The Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul network is often at the heart of all these solutions.”Richard Simmons, VP of Technology, IoT, Logicalis
“Prism has been working with Cisco for years, deploying Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul across various industries, from autonomous vehicles to rail to amusement park rides. We know this technology works because we have implemented it in some extraordinarily challenging applications. It was a no-brainer for Prism to engage when presented with the opportunity to support the Indy Challenge to further autonomous development. Together, Prism and Cisco have the right technology and skillsets needed to deliver the connectivity required in high-speed autonomous racing.”Keith Jones, President, Prism Systems, Inc.
“We evaluated several technologies and none offered the performance we needed to make Clemson’s autonomous racecar prototype a success. We chose Cisco’s Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul for its ultra-low latency, make-before-break seamless handoff, and proven performance in high-speed moving environments. While the vehicle can drive itself, we need Cisco’s solution to ensure safety protocols are in place and that the vehicle can be stopped in an emergency.”Robert Prucka, Deep Orange 12 faculty lead and Kulwicki Endowed Professor, Motorsports Engineering at Clemson University