Understanding the best practices for using 4G LTE through a Cradlepoint router is a key step toward the level of network consistency your organization needs. Best practices include active ping, aggressive reset, and line of sight.
The “Interprise” network is the enterprise architecture of today. It leverages and extends the traditional enterprise network through the Internet and virtual technologies. To fully understand the “Interprise” movement, though, we must first take a look at what it is and how it came about.
Executives and IT professionals looking to save their enterprises time and money ask us this all the time: “When would I want to use dual SIMs, and in what situations should I consider dual modems?”
IoT has opened a world of new possibilities for both the public and private sector. A new level of efficiency is rapidly generating a smarter world, and the pace of development is only going to continue.
Evereve deployed Cradlepoint’s AER1600 as its primary Edge routing platform — along with NetCloud Manager (NCM), the network management service available in the Cradlepoint NetCloud platform. The IT team deployed these solutions in every retail store, as well as at corporate headquarters, and in the company’s warehouse.
Because NetCloud Manager (NCM), a service in the Cradlepoint NetCloud platform, is engineered specifically to manage converged wired and wireless networks, one of the platform’s strengths is that users can cost-effectively manage cellular data.
Turkey is one of the first countries in the region to make the transition towards 5G. Cradlepoint and Ingram Micro team up to bring SD-WAN enterprise solutions to the market in Turkey.
SD-WAN (Software-Defined WAN) is becoming the solution of choice for enterprises readying themselves for the requirements of the Office of 2020. SD-WAN leverages automation, the wide availability of wired and wireless broadband, and the scalability and flexibility of the cloud to replace or augment MPLS.
In celebration of National Health IT Week, we’re looking at some of the ways multi-WAN connectivity and software-defined networking can have a major impact in the world of healthcare — from electronic health records and the Internet of Things to telehealth.