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  • The Rise of Wireless WAN
    The Rise of Wireless WAN
    Donna Johnson, VP of Product and Solution Marketing, Cradlepoint Recorded: Mar 12 2019 41 mins
    The ongoing progression from 4G LTE to Gigabit-Class LTE and 5G for enterprise networking has made one fact clear: The rise of wireless WAN is here. Among those surveyed in IDG and Cradlepoint’s new 2019 State of the WAN Report, the average organization has 2.7 types of LTE endpoints. In fact, 77 percent have LTE endpoints for branch locations, 68 percent for IoT devices, 51 percent for fleet vehicles, and 50 percent for pop-up networks. Nearly a quarter — 22 percent — of respondents have all these endpoints.

    Organizations across a wide range of industries have discovered that wireless links can meet today’s branch, mobile, and IoT requirements by adding LTE to wired connections as a failover, augmenting traditional WAN links with additional bandwidth, and extending network connectivity to fleet and public safety vehicles.

    Join Donna Johnson, vice president of product and solution marketing at Cradlepoint,, for a live webinar to explore the changing role of wireless WAN in the enterprise, as well as what Gigabit-Class LTE and 5G can do for the future of network connectivity.
  • Public Safety Antenna Challenges, Choosing the Best Fit
    Public Safety Antenna Challenges, Choosing the Best Fit
    Travis Culwell, business development manager at Panorama and Jason Johnston, enterprise support engineer at Cradlepoint Recorded: Feb 14 2019 57 mins
    Agencies can achieve reliable networking through Cradlepoint’s cloud-delivered LTE wireless solutions, but there is still the important step of choosing an antenna option. Obtaining the optimal signal quality for mobile networks can be guaranteed by selecting the best-fit antenna.

    In the public safety field, antennas may live inside or outside vehicles and may be exposed to jostling, dust, water, or other outdoor elements. Agencies require specific antennas for the use of mobile applications including:

    • MDTs inside the vehicle to file reports and access files without having to go back to headquarters.

    • WiFi for extended coverage range so vehicles can share connectivity.

    • GPS and CAD to send responders to the emergencies nearest to them.

    • Handheld devices or tablets used outside the vehicle to collect data at the scene of an emergency.

    Agencies need to know the right antenna to choose for different applications, or if they plan to use more than one carrier.

    In this live webinar Travis Culwell, business development manager at Panorama Antennas, will explain key details of antenna options as well as best fits depending on an agency’s needs; and Jason Johnston, enterprise support engineer at Cradlepoint and previous field technician for the City of Boise where he designed, deployed, and maintained an MDT solution for both police and fire, will highlight use cases of successful antenna installs.
  • How LTE and 5G are Transforming Retail
    How LTE and 5G are Transforming Retail
    Cradlepoint's Todd Krautkremer, CMO, and Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineer Recorded: Feb 13 2019 61 mins
    Most retailers are looking to improve and expand the services they can offer their customers, as well as ways they facilitate back-room operations and optimize their supply chain. Technologies such as cloud, LTE and 5G can enable and even drive those changes.

    Join Cradlepoint’s Todd Krautkremer, CMO, and Anthony Lawson, technical marketing engineer, for a live webinar to explore the different ways that retailers are leveraging 4G LTE and Gigabit-Class LTE wireless network solutions now — and preparing for 5G in the future.

    Webinar attendees will learn how:
    — LTE is being used today to transform in-store services, and how Gigabit-Class LTE changes what is possible.
    — IoT usage in stores is streamlining supply chains, reducing shrinkage, and improving employee productivity and safety.
    — Retailers that aren’t pinned down to fixed locations are expanding their reach and engaging with customers in new ways.
    — 5G is poised to drive even further change as retailers take advantage of the fastest speeds and lowest latency in the history of wireless networking.
  • The Game-Changing Impact of Gigabit-Class LTE on Enterprise Networking
    The Game-Changing Impact of Gigabit-Class LTE on Enterprise Networking
    Donna Johnson, Vice President of Product and Solution Marketing, Cradlepoint Recorded: Jan 22 2019 41 mins
    With the arrival of Gigabit-Class LTE network solutions for enterprises and public safety agencies, the era of wireless WAN is here — and enterprise networking will never be the same. Utilizing Elastic Wideband technology, Cradlepoint’s new cloud-managed routers featuring built-in Gigabit-Class LTE modems provide the speeds, reliability, and flexibility necessary to drastically improve existing use cases, and to enable new ones that have never been possible in branch or vehicle settings.

    With game-changing Gigabit-Class LTE, which leverages technologies that are foundational pieces of 5G, wireless now meets or exceeds other broadband networks, but with the added value of mobility, immediate deployment, and standardized billing on a single nationwide carrier.

    Join Donna Johnson, vice president of product and solution marketing at Cradlepoint, for a live webinar to explore how the world’s first Gigabit-Class LTE solutions for enterprise networking can revolutionize wireless WAN and put organizations on the Pathway to 5G.
  • How Cloud Applications Affect Branch Architectures
    How Cloud Applications Affect Branch Architectures
    Donna Johnson, Cradlepoint, and Lee Doyle, principal analyst at Doyle Research Recorded: Jan 16 2019 44 mins
    Today’s branch networking landscape has been changed by the rise of cloud-based applications, cloud-delivered traffic, and IoT devices. These trends significantly affect how network administrators and IT teams address network uptime and security, deploy IoT devices, and manage their widely distributed endpoints. New needs often require innovative network architectures and solutions.

    Join Lee Doyle, principal analyst at Doyle Research, and Donna Johnson, vice president of product and solution marketing at Cradlepoint, for a live webinar to explore the ramifications of cloud applications and IoT on branch architectures, as well as the role of flexible, cloud-managed edge solutions in meeting the diverse and ever-changing network requirements of today’s enterprises.
  • Understanding How Gigabit LTE Complements & Leads to 5G
    Understanding How Gigabit LTE Complements & Leads to 5G
    Lindsay Notwell, Senior VP of 5G Strategy and Global Carrier Operations; James Weaver, Senior Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Nov 8 2018 55 mins
    As operators enhance existing networks with LAA, CBRS, and other current-day technologies, Gigabit LTE stands out as a key component in the monumental transition toward 5G. While there’s significant buzz about the ways in which 5G will transform business operations, the benefits of Gigabit LTE and enhancements to existing networks are being overlooked. It’s important for organizations to understand how Gigabit LTE and private LTE can help transform their operations now and help prepare them for 5G.

    Join Cradlepoint’s Lindsay Notwell, senior VP of 5G strategy and global carrier operations, and James Weaver, senior product marketing manager, for a live webinar to explore how Gigabit LTE’s speed and reliability are enhancing wireless networking use cases — and continuing the pathway to 5G.
  • Building a Layered Model with FirstNet
    Building a Layered Model with FirstNet
    Todd Krautkremer, Cradlepoint CMO, Doug Clark, assistant VP, AT&T FirstNet Programs, Todd Kelly, CSO, Cradlepoint Recorded: Nov 1 2018 59 mins
    Public-safety organizations are not immune to the growing volume and variety of cyber attacks, as witnessed by the recent attacks on city governments and public-safety agencies, several of which took critical systems offline for days. According to Cisco’s 2018 Security Capabilities Benchmark report, 95 percent of attacks result in damages of $500,000 or more. As public safety organizations embrace the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) and connect more people, places and things, their “attack surface” grows exponentially, exacerbating the security challenge.

    FirstNet is bringing public safety a much needed mobile communications upgrade by introducing the latest private sector technologies into the public sector safely and securely. It helps to improve first responders’ efficiency, safety and response times by enabling better field and interagency coordination using new connected devices and applications. As many organizations begin to plan their FirstNet deployment, it’s a good time to re-evaluate network security strategy — from cruiser to cloud.

    This webinar will explore approaches and best practices in connecting and protecting the growing number of network endpoints that are part of modern policing, firefighting and emergency medical services, including PCs, tablets, vehicles, cameras, sensors, drones, robots, and live streaming video. It will highlight the inherent security features of FirstNet as well as define security functions required at the edge router to protect communications to back-office systems, state and federal crime databases, and the cloud. Additionally, the webinar will touch on federal security compliance requirements, which are now receiving greater scrutiny.

    Todd Krautkremer, Cradlepoint chief marketing officer, will lead the live webinar with Doug Clark, assistant vice president, AT&T FirstNet Programs, and Todd Kelly, Cradlepoint chief security officer, presenting
  • Connectivity & the Internet of Life Saving Things Ecosystem
    Connectivity & the Internet of Life Saving Things Ecosystem
    Moderator:Bill Schrier, Senior Advisor, FirstNet Panelists: Ken Hosac, Vice President, IoT Strategy & Business Development, C Recorded: Oct 24 2018 69 mins
    To assure that the life-saving part of the Internet of Life Saving Things (IoLST) is always ready, communications with sensors and other devices needs to be always on and always available. We will the connectivity options—from private networks to cellular systems and satellite—and the various devices that are likely to be deployed in IoLST initiatives. In addition, we will explore the characteristics of components throughout the ecosystem, including tradeoffs associated with issues such as cybersecurity, long-lasting power and low-latency connectivity.
  • How the Cloud is Changing What’s Possible in Networking
    How the Cloud is Changing What’s Possible in Networking
    Cradlepoint’s Mike Hagman, Senior Product Manager, and Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineer Recorded: Oct 17 2018 41 mins
    The cloud has become indispensable to deploying and managing a network. Cloud capabilities and features are changing how IT teams operate, enabling them to save their organizations tremendous amounts of time and money while making processes much easier and efficient than ever.

    Cloud strategies in network architectures streamline the way IT professionals deploy, monitor, manage, secure, and troubleshoot wired and wireless WAN connections all over the world.

    Join Cradlepoint’s Mike Hagman, Senior Product Manager, and Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineer, to explore how cloud-related tools such as remote management, robust network analytics, scalable security applications, edge computing, SD-WAN and traffic automation, and many others are changing what’s possible in enterprise networking.

    About the speakers:

    Mike Hagman is an expert in defining, prioritizing, and communicating product roadmaps while leveraging input from market conditions, stakeholders, customers, engineers, and executives worldwide. He has a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems.

    Anthony Lawson is an experienced solutions engineer with an extensive background in the computer networking industry. He has strong experience in servers, data centers, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), network design, and networking. He has a bachelor's degree in computer systems networking and telecommunications.
  • Why Wireless WAN & Cloud are Vital for Branch Continuity
    Why Wireless WAN & Cloud are Vital for Branch Continuity
    Cradlepoint's Donna Johnson, VP of Product and Solution Marketing, and Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineer Recorded: Oct 11 2018 43 mins
    The increasingly connected nature of branch locations is forcing IT departments to address significant networking challenges related to connection reliability, flexibility, management, security, and overall costs.

    Branch continuity is the ability to keep distributed locations up and running at all times — and it’s easier said than done. To maintain network access at the network’s edge , organizations need a flexible, cloud-managed approach that empowers lean IT teams to remotely monitor and manage the entire network without constantly sending staff or contractors to from site to site.

    Join Cradlepoint’s Donna Johnson, VP of Product and Solution Marketing, and Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineer, to explore how enterprises are updating their branch continuity architecture with cloud-managed 4G LTE, overlay failover, connection and router redundancy, and next-generation Out-of-Band Management (OOBM).

    — About the speakers —

    Donna Johnson previously worked at Citrix, where she was the director of product marketing for its NetScaler SD-WAN solution. Prior to Citrix, Donna held senior product marketing and management roles at SD-WAN pioneer Talari. She also has held senior product marketing, product management, and engineering roles at Ahilia, Aligo, and Dorado Software. She has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering.

    Anthony Lawson is an experienced solutions engineer with an extensive background in the computer networking industry. He has strong experience in servers, data centers, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), network design, and networking. He has a bachelor's degree in computer systems networking and telecommunications.

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