Cloud-based software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) vendor Cradlepoint today rolled out Release 6.3 of its NetCloud OS router software, which is part of its NetCloud platform. The release provides extended SD-WAN capabilities for 4G LTE-dependent networks.
Beyond the hype - how are various business sectors using IoT now, and how might they use this technology in the future?
I have to travel for business. It’s a perk, and sometimes a drawback, of the job. And while I travel, there’s nothing more important to me than to stay connected. Connected to work and family, yes, but also connected to ‘things’...
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Amazon Go was due to open to the public by the end of this month, after launching in beta mode to employees in December. Reports suggest that the technology generally functions flawlessly if there are fewer than 20 customers present, or when their movements are slow. However, due to slight kinks in the technology used to automatically charge customers as they leave, and the difficulty of keeping tabs on an item if it has been removed from its specific spot on the shelf, it is now unclear when the store will open.
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.
The evolution of 5G wireless will improve telemedicine and remote care by offering faster connections and higher bandwidths.
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.