Currently 5G is for fixed wireless access only — site-to-site, point-to-point communication. Carriers are using mm wave spectrum, within the range of 6 GHz to 100 GHz.
With this new round of funding and the partnership with TCV, Cradlepoint is in an even better position to help our customers navigate the path to digital transformation, as the acceleration of cloud, mobile and IoT give rise to the Connected Enterprise.
One key theme that consistently emerged at the HIMSS 2017 conference was an overwhelming sense of urgency around mobility, security, and constant connectivity.
At the RSA Conference last week in San Francisco, it was clear there’s a growing consensus among cybersecurity leaders that “the threat level is now Code Red,” as one Gartner representative put it. It’s absolutely true: Enterprises must view security as an ongoing, business-as-usual practice.
Let’s look at five compelling use cases for cloud-managed all-in-one wired and wireless routers, which can reduce your hardware stack and streamline IT management.
When connectivity goes down, Point-of-Sale (POS) services, business operations, profits, and even customer satisfaction suffer. Here are seven key factors to consider regarding network failover.
NRF 2017 further validated the fact that retailers need to begin or continue evaluating the use of cloud services, LTE, automation, and SDN within their network architecture.
By setting up a Virtual Cloud Network through Cradlepoint’s NetCloud Engine, any IT professional can ensure users have access to important applications that live in the data center and/or cloud via one tightly controlled network.
As always, 2017 promises to be a year of security challenges among network administrators and security specialists. The ever-expanding presence of workforce mobility, the Internet of Things, and more makes keeping up with the latest security best practices as important as ever. Here are 10 important network security needs in 2017:
Healthcare organizations have access to a complete portfolio of LTE-enabled routers with unified threat management, overlay networking, and virtualized network services — freeing mobile healthcare workers to focus on providing quality care instead of worrying about network connectivity, reliability, and security.