The last lunar eclipse of 2019 will take place on July 16 and will be visible from Australia, Africa, South America, most of Europe, and Asia. However, do you know technology plays a key role in studying eclipses? One such example is how Cisco has I invented technologies to see and study an eclipse.
The heritage archive of Cisco is a space within the San Jose campus of the company that holds Cisco technology landmarks from its early days as a brand new start-up in 1984 until now. The room is equipped with original AGS routers, gold-plated IP phones and catalyst router t-shirts, representing physically the gigantic innovation of the moment as well as technological evolution.
Cisco also continues to disrupt technology for the future — especially through signage, risk management, and company intelligence, retail shops can be digitally converted.
Another forward-looking technology on which Cisco works is Infinite Video, which utilizes the Cisco Infinite Video Platform to provide spectators with the greatest video experience over IP. Infinite Video also provides consumers with personalized experiences along with broadcast video quality, as well as lowering shipping costs per subscriber.
So what could the earth look like during the next lunar eclipse? We can only wonder how technology is exponentially changing.