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Episode Info: Mist is now regularly presenting at Mobility Field Day. They often like to talk about some of their success stories and update us on their “travel to the self-driving network” (i.e. how their Artificial Intelligent system is evolving). This year was no exception!If you want to catch back with the presentations and watch them, here are the links you need:Mist System AI-Driven Customer Experience: Systems Mist AI for AX – Wi-Fi 6 : Systems Microservices to the edge: Systems Location: Systems Marvis 3.0 – Wired Health, Marvis Actions: videos from Mist website: this episode, we give our point of views on the different topics Mist presented on.For more insights form the other delegates, please read the following articles:Code, Heal Thyself: Mist Systems Brings Something Badly Needed to WLAN Market from Lee Badman: in The Mist from Tom :Hollingsworth 6I was personally very pleased that they had a Wi-Fi 6 AP running when we showed up in the morning for breakfast. They even had a live view of the spectrum analyzer on the projector show casing OFDMA. I thought that was pretty kool! After adding a couple more Wi-Fi 6 devices to their network, we worked with the guys from Mist (Wes and Robert) to generate even more traffic on the channel. Here is a look at it:Later on, Wes Purvis presented a few slides on their new Wi-Fi 6 AP-43. We also got to hold and see it in person. Hopefully, we will get to test it out soon. One of the key takeaway for me is that Wes showed us how to validate that the AP is using OFDMA. You have to look out for a frames with a frame control of 0x2400 ;).Update of the Mist AIWe talked a little bit about it with Bob Friday when Rowell interviewed him for the podcast a couple of episode ago ( During Mobility Field Day, Bob Friday and Sudheer Matta gave us even more details on how the Mist AI is evolving.Mist developed, what I would called a virtual assistant named Marvis that help their customer in managing, monitoring and troubleshooting their infrastructure. The principle is easy, you just ask Marvis a question (very similar to Alexa, except that you have to type it for now), and Marvis uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to give you an answer.This is not new. What is new though, is how better it has become at detecting anomalies. Mist is now saying that Marvis is able to find anomalies 99% of the time. This is not easy to achieve! The...
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