The first and only AI-driven Mist Wireless LAN
While critical to your business, wireless also can be unreliable and difficult to manage. Mist can help. This innovative, machine-learning-based WLAN gives you more predictable, reliable, and measurable Wi-Fi. It also offers real-time information on your customers and their mobile devices, so you can provide them with new kinds of location-based services and data. The Juniper and Mist solution delivers deep insights and analytics for the end-to-end network, allowing you to create an extraordinary user experience.
A smart WLAN that makes Wi-Fi 6 performance predictable
Mist has brought true innovation to the wireless space with the world’s first AI-driven Wireless LAN (WLAN). The Mist Learning WLAN makes Wi-Fi predictable, reliable and measurable with unprecedented visibility into the user experience. Time-consuming manual IT tasks are replaced with AI-driven proactive automation and self-healing, lowering Wi-Fi operational costs and saving substantial time and money. Mist also brings enterprise-grade Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® LE and IoT together so businesses can increase the value of their wireless networks through personalised location services, such as wayfinding, proximity notifications, and asset location. With Mist’s patented virtual BLE (vBLE) technology, no battery beacons or manual calibration are required. All operations are managed via Mist’s open and programmable microservices cloud architecture. This delivers maximum scalability and performance while also bringing DevOps agility to wireless networking and location services.
AI-powered wireless networking benefits
Wireless networks are becoming more business-critical than ever, yet, trouble-shooting them becomes more difficult every day, due to the many different devices, operating systems, and applications. Without a wireless A.I. strategy, IT simply cannot keep up with stringent wireless user requirements. Companies of all sizes can take advantage of Mist’s AI-driven wireless solution today.
But when A.I. is in the Air, anything is possible.
Mist has unsupervised machine learning algorithms in the toolbox to calculate changing path loss models for all mobile devices in real-time. The Mist cloud uses AI and data science to analyse large amounts of rich metadata collected from Mist Access Points and provide actionable insights.
Supervised machine learning correlates events for rapid root cause identification.
Time-series anomaly detection identifies negative trends and determines the magnitude of their impact.
AI-driven Radio Resource Management (RRM) optimises the RF settings in real-time based on changing conditions.
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is used for making complex queries simple and fast unsupervised machine learning is used with Mist’s vBLE technology to accurately locate users and devices.
Locate assets and gain insights into workflows with indoor location.
Simplify network operations and turn insights into action with Marvis the virtual network assistant.
Access Point with maximum data rates of 2,400 Mbps in the 5GHz band and 1,184 Mbps in the 2.4GHz band.
Bringing Artificial Intelligence to wireless networking
Simplify operations, expedite troubleshooting, and provide unprecedented visibility into the wireless user experience
The Mist Learning WLAN uses machine learning and neural networks to simplify operations, expedite troubleshooting, and provide unprecedented visibility into the user experience. But we are just on the cusp of its true potential, with the promise of a true virtual wireless assistant right around the corner that can proactively identify and fix problems and predict future events quickly and reliably. How do you take advantage of A.I. in wireless networking today, and what steps should you be taking to position yourselves for this emerging world?
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