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The 10 Hottest Networking Products Of 2022

Gina Narcisi

The hottest networking products and services to hit the market in 2022 include SD-WAN and cellular connectivity while harnessing next-generation security and wireless standards. The one thing they all have in common? They can help solution providers address hybrid work requirements.

Wired And Wireless For The Hybrid Age

Addressing hybrid work with cloud-based, flexible IT solutions that can easily scale up and down was the name of the game in 2022, and vendors and startups heeded the call.

Some of the IT sector’s largest networking specialists, including Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems, came armed with cloud-delivered networking offerings that are filling the gaps for businesses looking to enhance security, regardless of an end user or device’s location, and offer a more automated management experience. These offerings are not only helping businesses save time and money, they’re helping companies and solution providers do more with fewer resources and staff.

Hybrid work also demanded brand-new solutions, such as solution provider giant NWN Carousel’s new At-Home Essentials bundle that combines networking and collaboration solutions for home workers. And speaking of bundled offerings, networking startup Prosimo came to the table with its Application eXperience Infrastructure (AXI) platform that integrates networking, application performance, observability and security.

Also topping the list of must-haves this year was SD-WAN, edge and cellular management tools for future-minded businesses that are embracing new forms of connectivity to get the job done.

With many options on the market to choose from this year, here are 10 of the hottest networking products of 2022.

    * Aruba Central NetConductor

    * Cisco Meraki Cloud Monitoring For Catalyst

    * Cradlepoint Cellular Intelligence

    * Cytracom ControlOne

    * Juniper Networks Secure Edge

    * NWN Carousel At-Home Essentials

    * Palo Alto Networks' Prisma SD-WAN

    * Prosimo AXI Platform

    * SonicWave 600 Series Access Points

    * TP-Link Omada EAP780

    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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