Thought I'd pass along a Cradlepoint/Comrex BRIC success story unfolding as I type this.The Milwaukee Brewers baseball team just won the national League Central Division championship in an exciting one game playoff at Wrigley Field. The two teams were tied at the end of the regular season.
The network technology inside Boise Police Department’s cruiser fleet was outdated, expensive, and difficult to maintain. Eugene Smith, Deputy Chief of Operations, had a forward thinking vision to upgrade the network to enable officers to spend more time patrolling, adapt to evolving technology, and reduce the amount of IT needed.
The face of both the enterprise workforce is changing. Existing network management approaches were designed around fixed branch networks accessing applications within private data centers. Now, connecting people over the Internet represents a increase in the number of remote network endpoints needed to be managed.
October 29 marks Internet Day – a day to celebrate the most important invention in human history, the Internet. A number of leading experts at enterprise technology companies look at how the Internet has changed the business landscape and the risks/rewards that have accompanied this invention.
Todd Krautkremer, CMO at Cradlepoint, commented: “When RAND researcher, Paul Baran, set out to design a more robust, redundancy based communications network, he had no idea he was laying the foundation of the Internet we know today.
For first responder organizations such as the Anne Arundel County Fire Department (AACoFD) in Maryland, Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) is quickly becoming an essential part of timely response during emergencies. However, CAD is completely dependent on always-on network uptime in vehicles guaranteeing accurate, real-time vehicle location data.
AACoFD deployed Cradlepoint’s cloud-managed, all-in-one in-vehicle solutions throughout its fleet, providing the connection reliability, data security, remote visibility and management capabilities, and interoperability necessary to cost-effectively use emerging technologies that help save lives.
In the U.S. early commercial 5G launches from Verizon and AT&T are focused on the consumer segment. But, given the ultra-high capacity and incredibly low latency 5G will bring, there’s real value in leveraging next-generation cellular to provide enterprises and industries with a bigger data pipe.
There are hundreds if not thousands of efforts going on every year to get more people into the world of computer science. This week the National Coding Week kicks off, and unlike Computer Science Education Week, this event is meant to engage everyone of all ages in digital events and coding.
The ability to extend network connectivity to vehicles has significantly improved the way that countless organizations do business, with modern vehicles from ambulances to mass transit cars and school buses now containing multiple connected devices like tablets, video cameras, and payment systems.
As of October 1, Verizon expects to be the first U.S. provider of next-generation 5G wireless services. Today, Verizon and Cradlepoint announced a partnership to offer a “Pathway to 5G for Business” that will combine Cradlepoint hardware and services with Verizon’s 5G and LTE Advanced networks.
Forty years ago, the only technology the police force needed was the radio and the location of the nearest pay phone. Today, officers get all of their information digitally. It’s no longer received by telephone like you see in the movies. Police radios scan dozens of channels, as there are multiple outlets to monitor.