Wi-Fi 6 vs. 5G: Who is the winner? What’s the best one? Which one to choose? You may have heard these topics in many articles and conversations. But the fact is that if you choose one over the other, you may fail to provide your organization with the best network access, anywhere, at any time.
Wi-Fi 6 and 5G represent the next major leap in wireless network connectivity. Both technologies share advanced capabilities aimed to dramatically enhance the overall experience and performance and each play a critical role for enterprises. While 5G will serve certain industrial and long-range use cases, Wi-Fi 6 is the dominant and most reliable technology for a wider range of purposes.
Join us as we explore the ways that convergence of Wi-Fi 6 and 5G technologies and their use cases can benefit organizations. You will also learn how Cisco can help you innovate with advancements beyond the standard to deliver pervasive wireless access.
The topics: Quick overview of Wi-Fi 6 and 5G The individual and combined use cases How organizations can utilize Wi-Fi 6 and 5G An end-to-end architecture of converged technologies The overall benefits to organizations How Cisco can help organizations Addressing some specific use cases As always, live Q&A is included. Register now to learn how to optimize your wireless network. We look forward to showing you how to keep up with the fast pace of innovation.
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