Technology can connect us, empower us, and drive us. At Cisco Meraki, we believe that by simplifying powerful technology, we can free passionate people to focus on their mission and reach groups previously left in the darkness.
Founded in 2006, Meraki has grown to become an industry leader in the IT space, with over 230,000 customers and 3 million network devices and counting online around the world. Our comprehensive set of solutions includes wireless, switching, security, communications, EMM, and security cameras, all managed through Meraki’s web-based dashboard interface. This allows customers to seize new business opportunities and reduce operational costs.
Meraki Switches provide performance, true zero-touch cloud provisioning, network visibility, and remote troubleshooting to deployments of any size.
Cisco Meraki access and aggregation layer switches provide the backbone for networks of every size, combining secure, scalable, robust performance with an elegant, intuitive management experience.
Offering true zero-touch provisioning, Meraki switches can be pre-staged and configured entirely from a web browser. The Meraki management experience accelerates and simplifies the work of the network engineer.
Troubleshooting network issues, especially on remote locations, can significantly add to the cost of running this mission critical service. Meraki switches provide groundbreaking tools for remote troubleshooting, so that scaling a Meraki network need not mean scaling complexity.
Meraki switches provide the essentials for building high-performance networks that can help maintain seamless network service. Multigigabit Ethernet squeezes more speed out of existing cabling. Switches can be physically stacked via dedicated lightning-fast cabling and cross-stack link aggregation used to create a resilient connection to the network core using all available bandwidth. Further strengthen the network with IP gateway redundancy or powerful dynamic routing using OSPF.
Meraki pioneered the concept of Virtual Stacking, enabling the management of up to thousands of ports simultaneously, regardless of the physical location of switches. Simply choose a common characteristic, perhaps ports tagged ‘VoIP’, search by that tag, then edit each port to define settings appropriate for IP telephony, such as Voice VLAN or PoE.