Cradlepoint is unveiling new routers, wireless LAN access points and a software-inspired pricing and packaging strategy to attract and retain customers, as well as offer a software-defined branch network for small branch sites. Software is sold on a subscription basis; customers still acquire and hold title to hardware.
Operations at the branch, critical to many distributed organizations, continue to evolve to support Digital Transformation initiatives. Employees, no matter where they are located, need reliable, low latency access to their data and applications.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is much more than just connecting devices to the Internet and Cloud, it’s about generating new business insights, automating business and production processes and accelerating innovation cycles. The vast array of IoT implementations are difficult to comprehend.
As an adult, it’s easy to get cynical around the holidays. Personally I always start sounding a little bit like Holden Caulfield, decrying hypocrisy swaddled in tinsel and garland. But there are still some things that make my Grinch-like heart grow this time of year. One of them is the NORAD Santa Tracker.
Describing the 5G vision to be more prolific than initially realised, Lindsay Notwell, VP 5G Strategy at Cradlepoint, clarifies why both network and technology companies are excited to get a slice of the 5G pie.
While many enterprise executives relish launching an IoT project soon, the best ROI will go to enterprises with the best installed infrastructure. Are enterprises ready to make the most of the Internet of Things? The people working behind the scenes to make it happen understand all too well there is a long road ahead.
As economists have picked the winners and losers from Black Friday, the full holiday season is in swing. Most U.S. retailers count on nearly 70 percent of their annual sales from the last three months of this year, leaving little or no room for mistakes.
2017 has been a year dominated by the lasting effects of multiple ransomware attacks, including WannaCry and NotPetya, and the growing fears within businesses about the security of their most sensitive and critical data. These have brought to light a few very important lessons that businesses must consider for next year.
5G is synonymous with speed, but there’s more to the next generation of mobile networks than that. Massive support for the internet of things (IoT) and mission critical communications are part of it, but, for operators, the real value is in lowering the cost per bit transmitted, as well as providing a fiber-like experience.
Harley Marine, like many maritime companies, required a solution for simple, fast and reliable network connectivity to ensure daily tasks such as invoice processing, navigation, marine-mapping and more could be completed seamlessly, and that its employees could deliver consistent customer service.