Cradlepoint today announced a major shift to a cloud software model for offering wireless software-defined wide area network, with new pricing and a series of dedicated wireless access points that extend the reach of its SD-WAN to businesses using LTE wireless access. The news was announced at NRF 2018.
At the IoT Evolution Expo conference at Disney World in Orlando, Fla., Cradlepoint, the provider in cloud-delivered 4G LTE network solutions that provide a pathway to 5G, announced all-inclusive cloud service packages for its Internet of Things network solutions that include Software-Defined Perimeter technology.
Cradlepoint is diving deeper into IoT with new NetCloud-based package solutions for partners to simplify IoT deployments for their customers. The Boise, Idaho-based company said that the new cloud-based package would be a "win-win" for partners who want to deploy subscription-based package IoT solutions.
Following the announcement of Cradlepoint' subscription-based platforms, ChannelLife sat down with CMO Todd Krautkremer and APAC managing director Gavin Wilson to discuss Cradlepoint's place in the A/NZ channel and what this announcement will mean for their partners.
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In anticipation of requirements for increased LTE bandwidth, Cradlepoint today announced the addition of a ruggedized gigabit router to its portfolio to better serve organizations that need a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) that can be easily deployed in remote locations.
Cradlepoint, an LTE-focused software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) vendor, introduced a new router that will allow it to extend its SD-WAN service to first responders, transit operators, and other field force and fleet-based organizations. Because of their mobile nature, many of these customers rely upon a 4G LTE connection.