The ability to extend network connectivity to vehicles has significantly improved the way that countless organisations do business, revolutionising everything from blue light emergency services to mass transit and school buses. But wireless in-vehicle deployments are not without challenges.
We’ve been travelling the pathway to 5G for quite a while now, but it still feels like only yesterday that 4G made a momentous entrance to the mobile connectivity scene. More than eight years later, our modern 4G networks often perform better and more reliably than many wired networks.
Cybercriminals part of a notorious hacking group attacked the PIR Bank of Russia and stole $1 million. The hacking was carried out after infiltrating the bank’s systems by compromising an old, outdated router. The router was installed at one of the regional branches of the bank. The money was stolen via the Automated Workstation Client (AWC) of the Central Bank of Russia on July 3rd.
Connecting an audience to the motion and music of a dance production takes more than dance and musical skills. For one professor, it required network flexibility and the Cradlepoint AER2100 router.
Today’s CIO is not just expected to understand and integrate technology, but to anticipate how tech can be harnessed to drive business growth and transformation, product evolution, customer satisfaction and employee productivity. CIOs are in a position to drive change across their organizations.
The City of San Antonio has a population of more than 1.4 million people— and is expected to grow by at least a million individuals within the next 20 years. Rapid growth required the city to seek smart, efficient expansion of its infrastructure and services.
There’s been a lot of build up about 5G use cases that will drive adoption of this new and transformational technology. We’ve all heard the hype around self-driving cars, virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence. However, there have been questions around where the major growth in the market will be.
Software-defined WAN isn't just about connecting PCs and mobile devices at branch locations; SD-WAN is flexible technology that can be deployed for a wide range of use cases, including many business IoT applications. SD-WAN technologies can provide the reliability, quality of service and security demanded by many critical IoT applications.
It feels like only yesterday that the power of 4G was unleashed on the world, offering speeds of up to 100 megabits per second and surpassing the performance of many wired networks, writes Lindsay Notwell, the senior vice president of 5G strategy and global carrier operations at Cradlepoint.
4G LTE is becoming widely adopted throughout the enterprise. 60% of IT decision makers from more than 100 enterprises stated they were already deploying 4G LTE in a recent study. 4G LTE adoption is also driving an increase in wide-area network (WAN) flexibility, reliability, security and cost-effectiveness.