Cisco intends to acquire Fluidmesh Networks

Cisco has announced the intent to acquire privately-held Fluidmesh Networks, a leader in wireless backhaul systems. Fluidmesh’s Technology is expected to strengthen Cisco’s Wireless Solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things.

Fluidmesh’s technology is designed to provide zero loss of data transfer within high-speed assets including rail, subways, public transit, and ports. Cisco will use Fluidmesh’s products to support the growing demand for on-the-move mission-critical assets and applications.

Fluidmesh’s leading technology delivers reliable and resilient wireless solutions for mission-critical applications, whether it’s high-speed rail and mass transit or large-scale distributed sites such as ports and urban settings where signal strength can be challenging. Fluidmesh’s solutions are quick to deploy and configure, offering customers a cost-efficient, low-maintenance solution.

Fluidmesh will extend Cisco’s industrial wireless offerings to industries with on-the-move assets and applications in situations where reliable backhaul is mission-critical. Cisco’s scale, combined with Fluidmesh’s solution-based offerings and relationships with systems integrators, will accelerate Cisco’s industrial IoT business to enable successful industrial wireless deployments, broaden reach to key customer segments, partners, and end-users.

Liz Centoni, senior vice president and general manager for Cloud, Compute, and IoT businesses
“Cisco provides one of the most secure and reliable networking technologies on the market today. With wireless technology playing a greater role in every organization’s multi-access IoT strategy, reliable wireless connectivity is paramount to organizations operating Industrial IoT environments, whether that’s manufacturing, mining, rail, or ports, where wireless technology automates operations to improve safety and lower costs. The acquisition of Fluidmesh strengthens Cisco’s offerings in this space with leading technology that’s designed to provide zero loss of data transfer at speeds in excess of 300 Km/h.”

The acquisition of Fluidmesh is expected to close in the fourth quarter of Cisco’s fiscal year 2020, subject to customary closing conditions and required regulatory approvals.

The acquisition will extend Cisco’s leadership in industrial wireless to include on-the-move applications where reliable backhaul is mission-critical. Fluidmesh’s leading technology is designed to provide zero loss of data transfer when assets such as trains and subways are moving at high rates of speed. Today, customers are using Fluidmesh’s reliable wireless technologies in rail, mining, ports, and public transit to improve productivity, safety, and customer experience.

The merger will also accelerate Cisco’s Industrial IoT business and broaden its reach to key partners and end-users. Cisco’s scale and market reach, combined with Fluidmesh’s industry-specialized sales team and systems integrator relationships, will help accelerate Cisco’s Industrial IoT business and broaden its reach.

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Author: Fiber

Chief Editor of Fiber Optic Mania Magazine

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