Cradlepoint's Enhanced Cellular Intelligence Service Enters the Market
The pandemic has created a seismic shift in the way people work and has meant that organizations must move beyond wired connections to adequately connect employees regardless of location. To remedy this, enterprises have turned to the Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN). This architecture connects fixed and temporary end-user locations, vehicles, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices across the enterprise WAN through a cellular connection (including 4G, Gigabit-Class LTE, and enterprise-grade 5G technology). It enables next-gen use cases and digital transformation across verticals, including driverless vehicles, connected mobile branches, and redundancy connections.
The WWAN offers significant benefits to enterprises: reliability (protected from terrestrial challenges), flexible (deployment and real-time provisioning), scalability (supports millions of endpoints), and cost effectiveness (less time spent managing network underlay). However, it would be foolish for enterprises to overlook the risks involved in the WWAN. Foremost amongst the…
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