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The 10 Coolest New Networking Products Of 2022 (So Far)

Gina Narcisi

Changing networking needs and hybrid IT environments have spurred new products and services from some of the biggest networking vendors and startups alike. Here are 10 of the newest offerings to join the market.

What's New In Wired And Wireless Networking

The networking market has always moved quickly, with its vendors pushing out new innovations and offers the first chance they got, but the last two years have seen unprecedented change that couldn’t have been predicted.

The “network” used to mean the campus and the branch office. Now, it’s a hybrid story. The enterprise wireless network has to be all-encompassing. That might mean covering a small office as some employees return, the home office, pop-up locations, and users on the move. It could also mean the cloud – or realistically, several clouds – as well as premise-based environments covered with networking access points.

Network automation and cloud-based platforms are all the rage as companies and solution providers looked for new tools to simplify life for their IT teams and free up their day-to-day routines to focus on more strategic IT operations. New ways to connect, such as Wi-Fi 6E and 5G are ready for primetime, and the need for security, SD-WAN, and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solutions couldn’t be greater for businesses of all sizes.

Read the latest entry: The 10 Hottest Networking Products of 2022

The hottest networking products of the year:

    * Aruba ESP With NetConductor

    * AT&T Managed Wireless LAN

    * Cisco Catalyst Industrial Access Point

    * Extreme Networks' Universal 5720 Switch

    * Joint-Fortinet, Masergy Managed SD-WAN

    * F5 Distributed Cloud Platform

    * Juniper Networks' Secure Edge

    * NWN Carousel At-Home Essentials

    * Prosimo Full-Stack Cloud Network

    * Windstream’s Cato Networks-Powered SASE

    With many options on the market to choose from, here are 10 of the coolest new networking products of 2022, so far.

    Gina Narcisi

    Gina Narcisi is a senior editor covering the networking and telecom markets for Prior to joining CRN, she covered the networking, unified communications and cloud space for TechTarget. She can be reached at

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