Cradlepoint’s E3000 Series 5G Enterprise Router provides businesses with fast, agile, secure, and resilient 5G connectivity for primary, failover, or SD-WAN use cases without traditional performance compromises.
“The pandemic has drastically altered the business climate, forcing companies to embrace technology like 5G to enable their WANs to become more agile and resilient,” says Donna Johnson, Cradlepoint VP of Product Marketing, “Cradlepoint is making the Wireless WAN a reality with products like the E3000 5G Series Enterprise Router, giving customers 5G branch connectivity without compromising enterprise-class management, features or performance.”
Wired WAN connections no longer meet the needs of today’s agile, resilient, and cloud-centric business environments. While LTE has been enabling businesses to leverage wireless and “cut-the-cord” solutions for a while, the speed, intelligence, and resiliency of next-generation 5G services is becoming a catalyst to Wireless WAN adoption. Not only does it make today’s applications better, but it will also enable a new generation of immersive customer experiences at the network edge, as well as more cost-effective SD-WAN 5G architectures, anywhere connectivity, and high-speed wireless failover for larger sites.
“We are getting a lot of interest in 5G from our business customers. Many have already turned to cellular networking to improve uptime and add flexibility to their WAN connections. With the performance and latency improvements of 5G, businesses are very interested in trialling 5G as their primary connection for fixed sites.” Harald Kiy managing director, sector27, Germany.
“At youth sports facilities, wired broadband for our video streaming services is difficult to reach every desired camera location and expensive to install,” said Seth Cummings, CEO, GoDog Sports, “With Cradlepoint’s 5G solutions, we can have the flexibility and performance we need to give friends and family the remote viewing experience they want.”
“To broadcast a momentous event such as our Fourth of July celebration, we needed to ensure an excellent experience for our viewers. With Cradlepoint’s 5G Wideband adapter and Verizon’s Ultra-Wideband network, we reached a level of cellular performance capacity we’d never seen before,” said John Chaney, IT Communications Manager for the City of Irving, Texas. “The festivities and viewing experience were exceptional, and our city was able to celebrate together.”
For retail edge applications:
“Reece has been experimenting with 5G for the past 12 months. We’ve seen first-hand the opportunities and benefits this technology offers. Pairing Cradlepoint adapters with 5G has given us even more ways to provide bespoke service to meet our customers’ ever-evolving needs,” Tim Ronan, Voice and Data Networks Lead, Reece Group.
“We’ve had great success utilising cellular as our primary internet connection in areas where high-speed wired broadband is scarce, and we’d like to increase our reach with 5G. For customer satisfaction, risk mitigation, safety, and training, we employ a lot of high-definition video cameras in our stores. The performance of 5G will improve our video streaming capabilities, resulting in a safer working environment for our staff and more efficient customer service.” explains Robert Reeder, VP of IT for a Valvoline Instant Oil Change franchise group called Henley Enterprises.
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