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By: Craig Badrick on January 15th, 2019

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VIDEO: How Artificial Intelligence Could Make WiFi Smarter

Artificial Intelligence  |  Video

Professionals working in an officeAs corporate networks evolve to keep pace with the IoT revolution, IT professionals need a new generation of tools to deal with growing pools of key data.

Today, IT professionals face a growing list of challenges. On top of increasing network security demands, and training enterprise workforces to use new tools, they also have to keep pace with rapidly complexifying networks. This has only become more difficult with the advent of the IoT revolution. Indeed, whereas just a few years ago a large enterprise network may have between 50,000 and 500,000 endpoints, now the average enterprise network can have millions.

To cope with the greater demand placed on them, network engineers and administrators are turning to a new generation of AI-powered tools to help them stay ahead of the curve. With machine learning algorithms capable of executing packet captures with 20-, 60-, or even 100-gigabit wire speeds and enforcing rules across a wide range of unique commands, IT professionals are better equipped to pinpoint issues and resolve problems quickly. For enterprises who can’t afford to lose hours of productivity to downed networks, this is essential.

If you’re curious to learn more about what AI can do for your network, watch our new video now.