SCCUG MAY 2016: WIRELESS
We will have an overview of Wireless technologies, features, architectures and also look at some of the best practices for wireless technology
The meeting will be hosted at the Cisco Glendale offices and food will be provided.
We plan to cover the following topics:
- What’s new in wireless – 802.11ac, 802.11ax (proposed standard)
- Management for all styles – cloud/controller/standalone
- Cisco “Traditional” wireless overview
- Meraki wireless overview
- Wireless “best practices” and horror stories
Presenters: Humphrey Cheung – email@example.com
When: Thursday, May 12, 2016, 7:00 pm, Pacific Daylight Time
Where: Cisco Glendale Offices – 101 North Brand Ave., 17th floor, Glendale CA 91203
Event Sponsors: Cisco, LA Networks
About the Presenter:
Humphrey Cheung is a Systems Engineer for Cisco in Los Angeles. Prior to Cisco, he worked as a network engineer for Panda Restaurant Group. He is also the founder of the RouterGods Meetup Group, the largest Cisco certification Meetup group in the World. Back in the Dot-Com era, Humphrey worked for NetZero, UCLA Bruin Online (ISP for students/employees/instructors) and fixed computers for movie stars.
When Humphrey is bored of computers and routers, he runs into conflict zones wearing body armor, carrying cameras and piloting drones. He dodged gunfire, inhaled a lifetime’s worth of tear gas and filmed a three-star General getting shot in the 2010 Bangkok Riots. In the 2011 Libyan Civil War he laughed off artillery and in 2013-2014, during the “Bangkok Shutdown” protests, crashed a drone into the Thai Deputy Prime Minister’s car.