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Cisco CleanAir Technology

Cisco® CleanAirTM technology uses silicon-level intelligence to create a spectrum-aware, self-healing, and self-optimizing wireless network that mitigates the impact of wireless interference and offers performance protection for 802.11n networks.

In today’s business world, the wireless network is more than just a convenience; it’s mission-critical. Wireless operates in shared spectrum with a variety of applications and even more devices competing for bandwidth in enterprise environments. More than ever, IT managers need to have visibility into their wireless spectrum to manage radio frequency (RF) interference and prevent unexpected downtime.

Miercom report: CleanAir Technology Competitive Testing

Cisco Wireless ClientLink 3.0 Technology

Cisco ClientLink 3.0 technology helps solve the problems of mixed-client networks by making sure that older 802.11a/n clients operate at the best possible rates, especially when they are near cell boundaries while also supporting the ever-growing 802.11ac clients that support one, two, or three spatial streams.

Unlike most 802.11ac access points, which improve only uplink performance, Cisco ClientLink 3.0 improves performance on both the uplink and the downlink, providing a better user experience during web browsing, email, and file downloads. ClientLink 3.0 technology is based on signal processing enhancements to the access point chipset and does not require changes to network parameters.

Cisco ClientLink: Optimized Device Performance with 802.11n

Cisco Wireless VideoStream Technology

As a core networking capability of Cisco medianet architecture, Cisco® VideoStream technology enables wireless networks to provide superior video quality, with reliable and consistent performance of streaming video.

Cisco VideoStream provides the features needed to support the rich-media requirements of a medianet, an end-to-end network optimized for a rich media and video.

Cisco VideoStream removes the challenges associated with streaming video over the wireless network by enforcing video priority levels, controlling resource reservation, and delivering reliable multicast.

Cisco Wireless VideoStreams Technology