One best practice for web applications is the transition to microservices architecture. Cradlepoint is well down the road of adopting a microservices architecture for our SaaS products.
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Recently Cradlepoint, Axon and others had the opportunity to present on Capitol Hill to members of Congress and the Federal Law Enforcement Caucus. The subject was, “21st Century Technology for Law Enforcement.”
Edge computing will help organizations intelligently manage their network edge, ultimately helping the evolution of technologies such as IoT, AI and 5G in the future.
For many governments, 4G LTE — with 5G on the horizon — and cloud-based network management are providing the connection reliability, visibility, and flexibility necessary for Smart Cities.
As IoT develops, many companies are trying to come up with a game plan for how to incorporate it into their future business scope. IoT World offers chances to get answers and to gather a better understanding.
At the recent 5G North America and Big Communications Event in Austin, Texas, I had a few key takeaways, all of which were underlined by one simple fact: 5G’s potential impact is seemingly limitless.
Many enterprises are diving even deeper into their cloud management tools to further optimize network-related expenditures, cost-effectively scale up their networks, and reduce IT man-hours.
LTE is becoming a vital technology for the WAN infrastructure. Today, it's essential to have always-on Internet connectivity — causing a fundamental change in the way we design enterprise networks.
The next chapter in one of the longest “will they or won’t they” debates in the telecom industry took a big step forward on April 29. T-Mobile and Sprint announced their plans to merge. In her article covering the news, Sue Marek of SDxCentral called the combined firm a “5G Powerhouse.” Looking at their respective spectrum holdings, I tend to agree.