Latest expansion of the high-performance AER routing platform continues to simplify the IT manager’s experience of deploying and managing secure networks with LTE as primary or backup WAN allowing for an always-connected, always-protected solution
George Mulhern is CEO and chairman of the board at Cradlepoint, a Boise company that provides a platform for wireless WAN networking. Mulhern spent 20 years at Hewlett Packard, ending as a senior vice president in charge of the company’s laserjet global business unit. He was also a partner with Highway 12 Ventures, a Boise-based venture capital fund.
When Mulhern arrived at Cradlepoint in 2011, the company had about 95 employees. Now it has around 330, 85 percent of them in Boise, and recently consolidated most of its workers from six different buildings into larger quarters in the Boise Cascade building in downtown Boise. Mulhern expects to hire another 150 people in the next 12 to 18 months.
Cloud-managed 4G LTE networking solutions provider Cradlepoint announced several new executive hires to its sales leadership team, including Dan DesRosiers as vice president of Sales West, Jeff Manning as vice president of Sales East and Ed Walton as vice president of Channel and Alliances. Each is responsible for increasing revenue and market share growth for the company.
Welcome to the 16th annual INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine TMC Labs Innovation Awards, where we honor innovative technologies. This year, we had some interesting winners in a few spaces, including cloud-managed WiFi, HD videoconferencing, a ruggedized M2M/IoT solution, a Class 4 softswitch focusing on the wholesale VoIP space, a hosted contact center solution and an NFV-based solution showing the move from bespoke carrier hardware to software and off-the-shelf computing. TMC Labs uses a rigorous application and selection process when choosing innovative products and services. This year, we proudly recognize Cradlepoint's COR IBR1100 with Enterprise Cloud Manager for a TMC Labs Innovation Award.
Fast growing wireless networking solutions company Cradlepoint is stocking up on industry veterans including security specialist Ryan Allphin as its new CTO after 13 years at Intel. Allphin comes to Cradlepoint with a robust security resume. His last role at Intel was as senior vice president and general manager of the Security Management Business Unit responsible for worldwide research and development, product management and business go-to-market programs for security management, data and risk analytics, threat intelligence and compliance solutions.
Cradlepoint, the global leader in 4G LTE networking solutions for distributed enterprises, today announced it has expanded its technical leadership team with the appointment of Ryan Allphin as the company’s chief technology officer. Allphin has a successful background in engineering powerful cloud and security software solutions that he will leverage to lead Cradlepoint’s research and development teams. In his new role as CTO, Allphin will define and deliver leading edge technologies for the distributed and mobile enterprise.
26-year international technology industry veteran joins company to advance global customer success
Boise, ID – June 10, 2015 – Cradlepoint, the global leader in 4G LTE networking solutions for distributed enterprises, announced today that it has appointed Michael Popa as vice president of worldwide customer support. He will be responsible for all customer support services on a global basis.