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Strengthen business-focused applications for employees, customers, and visitors. Improve the end-user experience on wireless devices with industry-leading performance and advanced technology from Cisco.
Cisco wireless networking combines the mobility of wireless with the performance of wired networks. It delivers 802.11ac excellence designed to effectively support a vast range of business-focused wireless networks, from the most basic to today’s most demanding high-density environments.
Go beyond bring-your-own-device (BYOD) access. Establish a network, security, and management framework while creating a true mobile workspace for your always-on employees. Cisco wireless networking technology provides:
Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) is powered by the Mobility Services Engine (MSE), with the CMX license working in coordination with the Cisco Wireless Network. CMX Wi-Fi location-based services help venue owners and retailers engage and better understand their customers using mobility and location intelligence from the Wi-Fi network. CMX capabilities of Mobility Services Engine offer:
CMX helps you build a stronger relationship with customers through a more personalized mobile user experience.
Cisco High Density Experience (HDX) improves the performance of legacy and cutting edge wireless and mobile devices with advanced technologies. HDX consists of Turbo Performance, CleanAir with 80MHz support, ClientLink 3.0, and Optimized Roaming.
HDX helps optimize performance, mitigation, scalability, and roaming for high-density wireless networks.
It offers 80 MHz support and uses silicon-level intelligence to create a self-healing, self-optimizing wireless network that mitigates the effects of wireless interference.
Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC) solution for wireless networks identifies more than 1000 business- or consumer-class applications using deep packet inspection (DPI). With this extraordinary visibility into application traffic, administrators can mark applications for further prioritization, or block them for security reasons or to conserve limited network bandwidth. AVC offers these benefits:
Proactive monitoring and end-to-end application visibility accelerate troubleshooting and reduce network downtime.
Network capacity management and planning improve through greater visibility of application usage and performance.
Business-critical applications and sub-flows are prioritized, including unified communications and collaboration applications like Cisco Jabber, Cisco WebEx, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Skype, Apple FaceTime, and Google Voice.