Learn how 4G LTE, combined with Cisco Integrated Services Routers (ISRs), can give you the ultimate WAN deployment flexibility and speed, enabling you to respond more quickly to new business challenges and opportunities.
Live webcast June 24, 2015, at 10 a.m. Pacific Time/1 p.m. Eastern Time
Today, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the demands for constant connectivity anywhere and everywhere are pushing the boundaries of your network far beyond its traditional borders. At the same time, the pace of change in business is accelerating, making it mandatory that IT organizations find ways to respond more quickly and more nimbly to new opportunities and challenges.
Discover how 4G LTE, combined with the capabilities of Cisco Integrated Services Routers (ISRs), can help you meet these challenges at this live 60-minute webcast, the next in our hybrid WAN series.
Our experts will demonstrate how 4G LTE will give you the ultimate deployment flexibility and speed with robust, full-featured capabilities. See how it enables you to quickly bring up new offices, temporary locations, or remote sites and provides new backup and mobile disaster recovery options.
Learn how Cisco has combined the benefits of 4G with Cisco ISRs to deliver true enterprise-class capabilities, including enhanced quality of service (QoS), security, and other Layer 3 networking services, virtually anywhere across your wireless WAN. Find out how these solutions enable you to deploy a hybrid WAN using the Internet and 4G LTE to affordably:
Extend high-speed, low-latency links anywhere cellular cover is available
Gain unmatched speed and flexibility for deployment and provisioning
Make sure of network availability for critical applications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Provide economical branch backup plus instant and mobile communications during disasters or service outages
Live Q&A Included
You can also get your 4G deployment questions answered during the webcast. Find out how you can extend your network beyond its traditional boundaries and gain increased flexibility and deployment speed with 4G LTE WAN connectivity.
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