Cradlepoint was awarded “Network Infrastructure Product of the Year” for the NetCloud Platform. This is the second year in a row that Cradlepoint has been honored. The Network Computing Awards are held annually and aim to reward and recognize organizations for their expertise in the technology and networking field. Now in their 11th year, the awards offer readers of Network Computing the opportunity to reward innovative and groundbreaking solutions.
For many students, a class now begins by logging into an online virtual portal, connecting them to their textbooks and assignments before the teacher starts the lesson.
Those putting wide area network (WAN) systems to use in corporate environments only seem to be growing in number, and as such, the companies looking to provide WAN, whether software-defined (SD-WAN) or in a hybrid WAN approach are on the rise as well. Recently, Cradlepoint noted its own significant advance in the field, demonstrated by landing an $89 million Series C funding round.
"Recognizing leaders advancing SDN technologies, TMC is proud to announce Cradlepoint as a recipient of the 2016 SDN Product of the Year Award,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Cradlepoint’s NetCloud Platform has demonstrated innovation and will help shape the face of this rapidly evolving industry. It is our pleasure to honor Cradlepoint for their inspiring work.”
The evolution of 5G wireless will improve telemedicine and remote care by offering faster connections and higher bandwidths.
Cradlepoint is 1 of 16 vendors (out of 40) in Guide. WAN edge infrastructure is changing rapidly as I&O leaders responsible for networking face dynamic business requirements, including changing application architectures. This guide covers a fragmented vendor and technology landscape, with a focus on the increasingly relevant topics of SD-WAN and vCPE.
In a world where having internet connectivity is the lifeblood of just about every business, Cradlepoint helps customers deliver consistent networking services, even when there is a lousy cell signal. Today the company announced it had secured an $89 million Series C investment from TCV.
Networking vendor Cradlepoint has nabbed $89 million in a Series C funding round with plans to invest some of the money in new channel programs and partner incentives.
The Idaho Business Review CEO of Influence program is recognizing some of the top Idaho leaders this year for the seventh year in a row.
As the move toward 5G wireless nears, Cradlepoint is aiming to grow its cloud managed network overlay service to help manage and protect devices and organizations.