Cradlepoint, the global leader in cloud-based network solutions for connecting people, places, and things over wired and wireless broadband, announced today that it is helping Children’s Mercy Kansas City connect its doctors to patients and deliver specialized care to some of the most remote locations in the Midwest. Children’s Mercy is the only free-standing children’s hospital between St. Louis and Denver, so it serves a massive geographic footprint where patients may not always be able to travel to its facilities and instead require telemedicine services. Cradlepoint provides the hospital with consistent, reliable LTE connectivity for medical teleconferencing and remote visits to patients’ homes.
Cradlepoint’s investment in its new EMEA headquarters represents the company’s commitment to expanding its EMEA business through the IT channel. It will have a dedicated Solution Centre designed to demonstrate every aspect of Cradlepoint’s solution portfolio, both on premise and in the cloud. This will enable the hosting of live demos, training programmes and events for partners and customers.
Cradlepoint, the global leader in cloud-based network solutions for connecting people, places, and things over wired and wireless broadband, announced today that David’s Bridal is utilizing Cradlepoint solutions to modernize its failover network in more than 300 stores located in the U.S., Canada, the UK, and Puerto Rico. David’s Bridal has standardized Cradlepoint’s LTE platforms across all of its stores as a means to improve connectivity, protect corporate assets, centralize network management, and reduce operational costs. This move to Cradlepoint’s LTE networking solutions will save David’s Bridal hundreds of man-hours in labor and downtime and provide the framework and bandwidth needed to add new services seamlessly across the network.
Cradlepoint has partnered with Irish voluntary organisation, Disaster Tech Lab, to deploy free emergency 3G and 4G LTE WiFi in refugee camps. The ruggedised technology is used currently in eighteen camps across the Greek islands and mainland. Cradlepoint’s technology is also being used to provide Internet access in mobile vehicles used by NGOs across Greece, including the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
Ewing Police Department is leveraging Cradlepoint’s software-defined LTE solutions to provide in-vehicle connectivity for its officers in the field while saving IT staff time in network management.
Cradlepoint, announced it is delivering an innovative Router Software Development Kit (SDK) and extensibility platform to enable enterprises to customize Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity to meet their specific business needs, applications, and network requirements.
Cradlepoint, the global leader in cloud-based network solutions for connecting people, places, and things over wired and wireless broadband, announced today that it is helping Fuzzy’s Taco Shop ensure secure, reliable connectivity for its fast-growing chain of restaurants.
Cradlepoint, the global leader in cloud-based network solutions for connecting people, places, and things over wired and wireless broadband, announced Cradlepoint NetCloud, a new platform strategy that combines its existing software and cloud services with the Software-Defined Networking (SDN) technology from the recent acquisition of Pertino. The strategy will be rolled-out in several phases over the next six months. In a separate announcement today, Cradlepoint and SoftBank Corp., a subsidiary of SoftBank Group Corp. and a leading provider of mobile, fixed-line, and Internet communication services in Japan (TOKYO: 9984), announced the commercial availability of WhiteCloud OneLayer on Cradlepoint NetCloud.
Advancements in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, the Internet of Things (IoT), and autonomous robotics are creating new opportunities to connect people, places, and things.
451 Research report names Cradlepoint a leader in emerging software-defined WAN market. The company simplifies and improves the way enterprises connect their people, places, and things by enabling more resilient and optimized networks and services.