• “Cisco” reveals how it helps develop networks, by predicting application problems before they occur, allowing and delivering a new level of reliability and performance.
• The company has been creating and testing predictive software engines for the past two years. Early customer experiences show that Cisco technology can predict high-accuracy issues, helping IT teams dramatically improve linked experiences.
• Cisco plans to offer predictive technologies across its portfolio with its integrated and easy-to-use SaaS-SaaS offering, making Cisco forecasting networks accessible to businesses of all sizes.
Dubai United Arab Emirates: Networking giant Cisco has unveiled a new networking technology designed to help IT teams learn, predict and plan to avoid costly outages.
Over the past 30 years, Cisco has worked to support the Internet, making the world more connected to what matters most. Networks have evolved so that they can detect and respond to problems to maintain performance and reliability. Cisco believes that the next logical step is to provide Networks with problems before they occur, which has been difficult so far.
Cisco Predictive Networks
Cisco combines new predictive technologies with its broad range of monitoring, insight, and intelligence technologies to enhance reliability and performance across all operational scenarios. Over the past two years, Cisco has been working on a first-of-its-kind predictive analytics engine that will help IT teams avoid problems.
and improve user experience. Cisco has refined and tested predictive models with customers across a variety of industry sectors, integrating advanced analytics and machine learning technologies to provide greater accuracy and ease of use.
How does it work?
Cisco predictive networks work by collecting data from a myriad of measurement resources. In the process of collecting this data, Cisco learns predictive network patterns, uses a variety of models, begins to anticipate user experience issues, and provides troubleshooting options. Customers can specify the scope and depth they want the Cisco Predictive Network Engine to achieve in their networks, giving them flexible options to scale as needed.
Commenting on Cisco’s new innovation, Chuck Robbins, President and CEO of Cisco, said: “The future of connectivity will depend on self-healing networks that can learn, predict and plan.” “Our research on predictive networks has been tested and developed with customers, and early adopters are finding significant benefits that save them time and money. The technology industry has always been waiting for secure and proactive networks and only Cisco can do that right.”
The importance of prediction techniques
IT teams do not have proactive capabilities. Dealing with cybersecurity threats, a hybrid business model, as well as hybrid cloud computing, and more, all make the stakes high in ensuring we deliver the best networking experiences for employees and customers. Being ready to work 24 hours a day for 7 days means a lot. Unplanned downtime and interruptions can disrupt employee productivity, customer service and revenue. 45% of IT leaders surveyed said responding to disruptions is the network’s biggest challenge for 2021.
In addition to interruptions, the experience people gain with their network connection is now critical to business. People and companies use and rely on applications for almost everything, and the application is often the critical first impression of customers. And 57% of people say that brands have
One chance to impress them, and that if their digital services do not work as expected, they will not use them again. To live up to the full promise of digital business, industries need a way to better anticipate networking issues, proactively avoid problems, and ensure the best possible experience.
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