Certainly, the following four technologies—machine reasoning, cognitive radio, Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), and optical networking will rule the networking world in the upcoming decade.
FREMONT, CA: With the explosion of the Internet, Cisco has gained its significance as the most valued network infrastructure provider and a purveyor of emerging network technologies. Cisco addresses the needs of enterprises that need centralized software to manage network and security hardware. Cisco’s dominance in various areas of the networking market has made the industry analysts lookout for technology and economic trends. Here are the networking technologies that Cisco observes to bring about notable impacts in the forthcoming decade.
Machine Reasoning (MR) and Not Machine Learning
Machine reasoning promises algorithmic software that can perform tasks and debugging problems carried out by network engineers. In short, MR involves programming a computer with logical techniques like deduction and induction. MR system has an interference engine that derives intelligence from the relationships between the facts and rules within a specific domain as in an area of network management. While machine learning solely performs statistical analysis, MR does a better job by identifying the root causes of problems.
Cognitive radio and Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
Future networks become more robust with CBRS and cognitive radio networking technologies. Because spectrum is finite and shared, effective radio spectrum management driven by trends in the communication industry is the only way to serve billions of devices throughout the world that enterprises will add to wireless networks. Thus, the cognitive radio advancement that will increase the count of devices on a wireless network is more crucial. Whereas cognitive radio is a form of wireless communication that engineers use to plant intelligence into a transceiver. The developed smart device can detect communication channels and instantly move traffic over them, resulting in the ideal use of available radio frequencies and minimal interference among network users.
Cisco shows a particular interest in optical networking that proves its willingness to replace the existing enterprise network that is extremely slow for many people to see and interact with the same augmented reality (AR) content at the same time. With optical networking, high-quality, high-performance, and low latency wireless to many of the devices simultaneously that will enable multi-user augmented reality is possible.
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