Learn how Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul provides a low-latency, high-throughput, high-availability wireless network to connect mobile assets or to extend your network where fiber might not be available or it is too expensive.
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The annual update for the Cisco Portfolio Explorer for Transportation has just been released, featuring 5 industry themes and 16 use cases.
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Cisco is evolving to a regenerative, circular model in which it reduces the resources it consumes and the waste it generates.
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In the most recent episode of Cisco's Coffee & Conversations podcast, the team discuss the rail & mass transit industry, innovations & more.
Andreas Nordgren at Cisco Meraki discusses the ways Computer Vision is making the transport sector safer and more efficient.
As ridership inches toward pre-pandemic levels, rail operators need to continue evolving their operations & improving passenger experience.
Cisco believes that new wireless access technologies working together will be crucial to build the networks the industry is demanding.
Cisco announces first outdoor Wi-Fi 6E ready access point and enhancements for industrial remote operations.
Cisco reviews the benefits of three wireless technologies: Wi-Fi 6 and 6E, public and private 5G, and Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul.
Train and Station Innovation for Performance (TSIP) is maximising the benefits of smart technology to bring improvements to the railway industry.
To provide ultra-reliable, low latency connectivity, Cisco acquired Fluidmesh - now renamed Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul.
Kyle Connor from Cisco discusses how the current pandemic is causing transport operators to embrace digitalisation in a new way.
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