What’s New in Wired and Wireless Networks
The networking market has always moved rapidly, with its vendors delivering new innovations and offering the first chance they’ve had, but the past two years have seen unprecedented changes that could not have been foreseen.
“Network” used to refer to campus and branch. Now that’s a hybrid story. The corporate wireless network must be global. This can mean covering a small office when some employees return, the home office, pop-up locations, and users on the go. It could also mean the cloud – or realistically, multiple clouds – as well as on-premises environments covered in network access points.
Network automation and cloud-based platforms are all the rage as enterprises and solution providers search for new tools to simplify the lives of their IT teams and free up their daily routines to focus on more IT operations. strategic. New ways to connect, such as Wi-Fi 6E and 5G, are ready for prime time, and the need for security, SD-WAN and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solutions just might not be bigger for businesses of all sizes.
The most popular networking products of the year:
* Aruba ESP with NetConductor
* Wireless LAN operated by AT&T
* Cisco Catalyst Industrial Access Point
* Extreme Networks’
5720 Universal Switch
* Joint-Fortinet, Masergy Managed SD-WAN
* F5 distributed cloud platform
* Juniper Networks Secure Edge
* NWN Carousel Home Essentials
* Prosimo Full-Stack Cloud Network
* SASE powered by Cato Networks from Windstream
With plenty of options on the market to choose from, here are 10 of the coolest new networking products of 2022, so far.