An organization with multiple sites must ensure it can effectively run a hybrid wireless edge network composed of 4G LTE, Gigabit-Class LTE, and various types of 5G technologies.
Verizon and AT&T rival each other in terms of subscriber base, with extensive Gigabit-class 4G LTE coverage. When combined, Sprint and T-Mobile will be extremely close to the other two incumbents.
Today, dedicated public safety networks with priority and pre-emption are helping deliver benefits like interoperability, speed to recovery, and pervasive emergency response communications.
Businesses are watching 5G closely as a way to gain the flexibility of wireless but keep the performance and security of wired.
Cradlepoint’s recent collaboration with Microsoft includes NetCloud Edge Connector, a new feature within Cradlepoint’s NetCloud Service that simplifies time-to-deployment of IoT applications.
Lindsay Notwell, Senior Vice President of 5G Strategy & Global Carrier, answers questions regarding 5G and Private LTE, which you may find pertinent as you consider your IT technology roadmap.
Cradlepoint answers questions from real public safety agencies, to help them on their path of implementing reliable connectivity at their headquarters and in their vehicles.
As you work to securely connect vehicles, branches, IoT devices, and other endpoints over wired broadband and LTE, we hope Cradlepoint Security Week has provided good food for thought.
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