Connectivity giant Cisco Systems (CSCO) on Monday announced the roll-out of hardware for the next generation of Wi-Fi technology.
This will bring about a total upgrade to the company’s $28-billion infrastructure business, while aiming at a robust improvement in software revenue.
After announcing new access points and switches for businesses for Wi-Fi 6—the new standard expected to roll out by 2022—Cisco has surely taken point on the transition.
The new network standards are expected to aid consumers due to their deeper ties with the 5G wireless networks—that will arrive around the same time. For eg, a hotel guest’s phone could handover from 5G to the hotel’s Wi-Fi network after the check-in process without having to enter the credentials.
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