Wi-Fi Assurance, driven by Mist’s machine learning, replaces manual troubleshooting tasks with automated wireless operations, This subscription service makes Wi-Fi predictable, reliable, and measurable with unique visibility into user service levels. Set up and track service-level thresholds for key wireless criteria (pre and post connection metrics), such as time to connect, capacity, coverage, and throughput.
Anomaly detection automates triggers to capture packets for event correlation and builds network intelligence with RRM at the client level for unprecedented visibility into the user experience for their wireless network. Expand Wi-Fi quality to the end user with Mist Wi-Fi Assurance Cloud Subscription Service.
Wi-Fi 6 which corresponds to an interoperability certification program managed by the Wi-Fi Alliance, Wi-Fi 6 CERTIFIED™, is the latest evolution in Wi-Fi technologies and is based on a draft of the forthcoming IEEE standard, 802.11ax.
The key innovation with Wi-Fi 6 is the Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) feature and is focused on helping to increase the number of devices supported in tomorrow’s networks.
With the new features and flexibility that Wi-Fi 6 brings, it is even more important to leverage AI to eliminate the complexity of configuring and keeping a Wi-Fi 6 network running optimally.
Only Mist is architected from the ground-up to deliver AI for AX and enables:
.Introduced by the Wi-Fi Alliance, Wi-Fi 6E enables the operation of Wi-Fi 6 in the unlicensed 6 GHz band, delivering fast and reliable Wi-Fi networks for soaring device densities and high-bandwidth applications such as video streaming, video conference, and voice call.
Wi-Fi 6E simplifies network design and improves Wi-Fi performance with higher throughput, wider channels, elimination of the need to support legacy devices and less congestion.
With the availability of Wi-Fi 6E chipsets, the newly opened additional 1,200 MHz in the 6 GHz band, and with clients and infrastructure becoming available in the next few years, this will enable customers to realize the full potential of multigigabit Wi-Fi.
With the support of an additional 1.2 GHz of spectrum available in the 6 GHz band, Wi-Fi 6E will drive up the access point uplink requirements and necessitate multigigabit Ethernet (802.3bz) connectivity to the access layer switching infrastructure.
The Juniper EX series, which includes a family of high-performance access switches that support 802.3bz or Multigigabit Ethernet, is well positioned to help enterprises like yours support these soaring bandwidth needs.
You can assure great end-to-end user and IoT experiences with the complementary Mist Wired Assurance service that leverages AI and data science for actionable insights and self-driving capabilities
If a major issue is detected, such as an authorization failure, the Mist platform dynamically starts capturing packets and storing them in the cloud for troubleshooting. This makes it quick and easy to determine the root cause of problems, and it eliminates the cost of sending technicians onsite with sniffers.
The Mist platform is 100% programmable using open APIs for full automation and/or seamless integration with complementary products.
Proactively identify and fix the root causes of problems using Mist’s Proactive Analytics and Correlation Engine (PACE). With WxLAN, Mist lets you assign and prioritize network resources (e.g. servers and printers) to Wi-Fi users with the click of a mouse or via pre-assigned policies. WxLAN automatically classifies users, mobiles and IoT devices to secure and prioritize traffic.
Unlike other solutions, Mist uses data science and cumulative SLE performance to learn and better optimize radio settings to assure performance, while also instantaneously adapting to intermittent outside interference.
The AI-driven RRM will take coverage and capacity anomalies based on client experience (SLE metrics) and proactively feed this into the RRM decisions so that the RF planning continues to improve and adapt in changing environments that often occur in today’s digital workplaces.
Set, monitor, and enforce Service Level Expectations (SLE) for key Wi-Fi performance metrics like throughput, capacity, roaming, uptime, and WAN. Provide predictive recommendations to avoid or fix problems.
Small Cell Playbooks, Deployment Guidelines ,Long Term Planning, Small Cell Venue Strategy, Vendor Sourcing Planning, SC Evolution Strategy, SC Feature Requirements, Interface with Business teams, Define In-building product portfolio and future tools, Long Term Strategy, SC In-building Optimization Strategy. Testing and certification of In-Building systems. Small Cell Engineering and capacity planning.
ETE Small Cell performance management, Small Cell competitive benchmarking program Management, Device performance management and device feature requirements, Small Cell Tuning .Define in-building product portfolio, future tools and long term strategy to ensure alignment with Macro strategy. End-to-End Small Cell System Architecture.
Develop, design, and testing of enterprise femto (efemto),Capacity and Engineering for efemto impacts, SDC femto optimization, End to end Service integration of core and RAN for efemto services, eCSFB Enterprise integration, Enterprise femtocell performance management.
Develop, design, and testing of Consumer femtocell(cFemto),Core (FSM) Design and Engineering .End to End Service integration for consumer femtocell. Consumer femtocell performance management.
Develop, design, and testing Pico Cells, Creation of Master MOP and Engineering guidelines for Implementation teams, Service integration vendor selection with Engineering team, Scalability guidelines and lifecycle management ,Pico Cell Core Design and Integration, Pico Cell Backhaul Design and Integration, Pico Cell Core system roadmap, Pico Cell Core Element Management ,Pico Cell Core IT Development.
Requirement gathering & Solutions Implementation around Custom Networks, Provide Field Sales Support for Custom Solutions.
Design and Acceptance of custom network solutions, Coordination, Planning, Engineering& Deployment of Public Venue Systems, Reengineering of Current systems to evolve from legacy to 4g/5g .
LTE-Advanced Pro has been recently introduced to improve and optimize the capacity, performance, functionality, and efficiency of LTE-A.
It also supports new use cases such as connected cars and smart cities, paving the way to 5G networks and large-scale IoT applications. Most mobility development discussions pertain to the radio access network (RAN).
Meeting current and future mobile requirements involves making the RANs denser and offloading traffic and reusing spectrum with small cells. It also requires virtualizing functions and building cloud RANs (C-RANs) to gain service flexibility.
But there’s also the underlying transport network to consider. Is your mobile backhaul in shape to let you capitalize on the many emerging mobile opportunities?