The first truly innovative enterprise wired and wireless solution in over a decade.
Traditional enterprise wired and wireless solutions are over fifteen years old, leveraging monolithic code bases that are expensive to scale, prone to bugs, and difficult to manage. They are not equipped for the scale and complexity of today’s digital users, and do not provide the reliability needed for mission-critical wired and wireless operations.
This all changes with Mist.
With a modern microservices cloud architecture, Mist delivers unprecedented scale and agility, and offers groundbreaking subscription services: Wi-Fi Assurance, Wired Assurance, AI-Driven Virtual Assistant, Premium Analytics, User Engagement, and Asset Visibility. Mist has an inline AI engine for unprecedented insight and automation. While the enterprise-grade Access Points combine Wi-Fi, BLE and IoT for amazing wireless experiences in a cost effective manner, Juniper EX Switches also deliver new mission critical experiences.
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The Mist Cloud
Mist looked at how big data and AI companies correlate massive data with performance and scale, and harnessed the same principles in the Mist Cloud.
Artificial Intelligence brings much needed automation and insights to IT. While other vendors are trying to bolt AI on top of legacy platforms, Mist built an AI engine into the Mist platform that eliminates the need for overlay sensors, data collector hardware, and extra software.
The Mist Cloud is built using microservices, which allows services to act independently of one another. This optimizes engineering efficiencies, ensures rapid feature roll-out, provides elastic scale, and makes the Mist platform inherently resilient.
Mist connects devices and delivers rich experiences at the network edge with the following infrastructure components:
- Mist Edge: extending the microservices hybrid cloud architecture to campus
- Mist Access Points: delivering converged Wi-Fi 6, BLE and IoT connectivity and context