4G Failover — Preventive Care for Your Healthcare Network
For healthcare campuses and offices, the consequences of just a few minutes of downtime ripple across the entire organization’s operations. The proliferation of cloud applications also means suspended connectivity can cause catastrophic problems, and patients’ health and safety could be put at risk.
While short outages are common, longer service disruptions can be catastrophic, paralyzing operations for hours. Grave as the immediate impacts of service outages are, your organization can continue to feel the consequences long after the connection has been repaired, due to damaged patient or partner loyalty, loss of trust, and diminished faith in the IT department as a whole.
No healthcare organization wants to face these scenarios. Join us for a live webinar on Tuesday, May 24th, at 9 am PDT/12 pm EDT, because the question isn’t if your wired connectivity will go down, but what to do, or have in place, when it does go down.
Attendees will learn about:
+ The consequences of network downtime for healthcare
+ The options for business continuity
+ How software-defined LTE connectivity is enabling the healthcare industry
+ Key considerations for choosing a wireless failover solution
RecordedMay 24 201645 mins
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David Rush, Cradlepoint; Ken Rehbehn, 451 Research
With 5G rapidly climbing the hype cycle toward the peak of inflated expectations, many organizations are asking the same question: “Where does 5G stand today, and how long before it can help my business?”
Carriers in the U.S. are not only talking about it, but claiming their trials are ongoing and deployments are coming soon — in many cases, years earlier than had been thought possible. In reality, 5G has a limited, powerful use case today but can reach its exceptional potential within the next couple years.
At 11am PT / 2pm ET on April 26, 2017, join Cradlepoint’s David Rush and Ken Rehbehn of 451 Research to explore how 5G can help people and businesses today versus its potential impact in 2019 and beyond.
Cradlepoint is the global leader in 4G LTE network solutions.
In healthcare, network administrators and IT teams face a unique array of ongoing challenges. Always-on connectivity is more than just mission-critical; it’s about saving lives. Care services must extend beyond fixed locations and far into the field. Also, healthcare practitioners need access to sensitive patient data anytime, anywhere — and security breaches are unacceptable.
From primary connections at fixed locations to temporary networks, in-vehicle applications and the Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT), healthcare organizations are looking for purpose-built, cloud-managed solutions that foster HIPAA Compliance and hardware, complexity, man-hours, and costs.
At 9am PT / 12pm ET on April 12, 2017, join Cradlepoint’s Roger Billings to explore the many ways healthcare organizations are joining data, cloud, security, and the evolving IoT with intelligent networking to stay always connected and secure.
In March 2017 Cradlepoint is enhancing its SD-WAN and Extensibility Platform with the release of Firmware 6.3, which extends and enhances our SD-WAN offering for People (remote and mobile workers), Places (branch offices, vehicles, pop-up venues, etc.) and Things (M2M and IoT).
Cradlepoint will also be launching new enhancements to Enterprise Cloud Manager (ECM), part of the NetCloud Platform, with Client Analytics. New LAN Client Analytics enhance network visibility and provide insights to what is connected to your network and how your network is being used.
The new features in Firmware 6.3:
— Smart WAN Selection (SWANS): Smart, automated failover when primary connection degrades
— Automatic Quality of Service (Auto-QoS): Optimizes real-time (voice and video) application experience when network traffic congestion occurs
— IKEv2 Support: Enhanced authentication with X.509 certificates, improved encryption policies and security, and mobility support
— Enhanced Supportability Features: Better IPsec status and logging, Firewall Hit Counter, Support Page
Enhancements to the Extensibility Platform offering with SDK-Extensible UI:
— Build in configuration or status for your SDK application
— Leverage existing web server functionality of the router
— Customize landing pages
Enhancements to Enterprise Cloud Manager (ECM) with Client Analytics:
— Client Analytics: Visibility and management of usage by individual network client
Join the Product Management Team for a live webinar to learn more about the new enhancements to Cradlepoint’s networking solutions for today’s agile enterprise.
Jeff Mucci, RCR Wireless; Lindsay Notwell, Cradlepoint; Ken Hosac, Cradlepoint
Jeff Mucci, CEO & Head of Industry Insights and Enterprise IoT at RCR Wireless interviews Lindsay Notwell, VP of Worldwide Carrier Operations and Ken Hosac, VP of Business Development at Cradlepoint on the state of 5G, the proliferation of IoT, and the digital transformation in networking on the show floor from Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
Kent Woodruff, Chief Security Officer, Cradlepoint
As 2017 takes shape, network administrators and security specialists face an ever-expanding slate of hacker tricks and attempted breaches — tied in part to the rapid increase of workforce mobility, the Internet of Things, network on-ramps, and connected everything.
Join Cradlepoint Chief Security Officer Kent Woodruff to explore how organizations are using software-defined, cloud-based solutions to reduce complexity and protect their most critical data.
There’s no way around it: Setting up and maintaining traditional VPNs for remote access requires extensive time, energy and resources. Configuring, managing, and troubleshooting devices and applications located at the data center in headquarters and in each end device is one of the most complex and laborious aspects of network administration — especially with increased workforce mobility and IoT.
With a next-generation Virtual Cloud Network (VCN), configuration, management, and security policies are streamlined and handled in the cloud. This enables rapid deployment, reduces operational expenses and completely integrates with your existing infrastructure.
At 9am PT / 12pm ET on March 1 2017, join Cradlepoint’s Bryan Embrey to explore how resilient, redundant, secure, and scalable VCNs leverage software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization technologies to reduce complexity, hardware, and IT man-hours.
In retail, the rapid adoption of omnichannel services, automation, digitization, IoT and mobile devices, and cloud-based applications has rendered Internet and downtime unacceptable. From helping customers to handling back-office duties, retail staff need 24/7 connectivity to do their jobs effectively.
Retail IT professionals need flexibility and numerous options for providing Internet failover, router redundancy, and business continuity in a variety of locations and circumstances.
At 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET on Feb. 15, 2017, join Cradlepoint’s Landon Reese to explore the best options for failover in retail, as enterprises look to improve the customer experience and save time, money, and man-hours.
David Rush, Mike Hagman and Mack Lyons, Cradlepoint
With the introduction of the new COR IBR900 and IBR950 routers that are purpose-built for in-vehicle and M2M/IoT applications, Cradlepoint is extending its leadership in 4G LTE networking.
The COR IBR900 and IBR950 are the first LTE routers in the world to offer the latest generation “Wave 2” gigabit WiFi (802.11ac). At 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET on Jan. 30, 2017, join Cradlepoint experts to learn about:
— Quad core processor that can achieve near-gigabit operational speeds on both Ethernet and WiFi, and take advantage of carrier improvements in LTE Advanced networks
— A range of features to support high-performance, high-capability in-vehicle networks
— Support for Cradlepoint Platform Extensibility, including elements such as Router SDK, COR Extensibility Dock, and ECM API
Today the Internet is becoming the new corporate network — the Internet enterprise, or the “Interprise.” This new paradigm is gaining traction because of three major technology shifts: cloud, workforce mobility, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
With so many organizations looking to partially or even fully put their network architecture in the cloud, the less complex you can make the move, the better. The “Interprise” is now an essential tool for network administrators, IT professionals, and corporate employees.
At 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET on Jan. 25, 2017, join Cradlepoint’s Todd Krautkremer for a presentation and discussion about leveraging the Internet and virtual technologies to securely extend the traditional enterprise network — and how Cradlepoint NetCloud can help.
In the year 2017, it’s amazing what’s possible. With Network-as-a-Service, anyone — even your CFO — can create a secure Virtual Cloud Network in 10 minutes or less. When it comes to reducing man-hours, hardware and complexity, this is what they call a “game-changer.”
Cradlepoint NetCloud Engine provides a streamlined process to deploy cloud-based networks in minutes to connect people, places, and things anywhere. You can make the public Internet your private network without giving up visibility, security, and control.
At 9 a.m. PST / 12 p.m. EST on Jan. 12, 2017, join Cradlepoint Global Solutions Architect Roger Billings and CFO Val Heusinkveld to watch exactly how easy it is to set up a Virtual Cloud Network in 10 minutes or less.
With the rapid growth of mobile devices, cloud-based applications, credit card purchases, and the Internet of Things in the distributed enterprise, maintaining network security is more difficult, and more important, than ever before.
Data breaches come in all shapes and sizes, and with increasing prevalence. From passwords to phishing, educating a company’s staff early and often is one of the most effective ways to mitigate cyber security risks.
To help protect customers and companies, Join Cradlepoint’s Chief Security Officer for this webinar to review and discuss some of the best practices for mitigating network security risks.
Your next WAN is software-defined, delivered as a service, and designed with security in mind for today’s connected enterprise.
Through the Cradlepoint NetCloud platform, NetCloud Engine enables IT and network teams to deploy cloud-based networks in minutes to connect people, places, and things anywhere. You can make the public Internet your private network without giving up visibility, security, and control.
Join us for a live demo webinar at 9am PST / 12pm EST on November 17, 2016, to explore how to navigate and maximize NetCloud Engine for increased cost savings and reduced complexity across your organization’s rapidly expanding networks.
Enterprises around the world are embracing cloud, mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to decrease complexity while increasing business agility, empowering their distributed workforces, and gaining operational insights. A growing amount of critical enterprise network traffic is moving off private IP networks and on to the public Internet via wired and wireless broadband. At the same time, workforces are becoming more and more geographically distributed.
The effect is that the LAN is being replaced by the WAN—people, places, and things require secure, fast and reliable connectivity no matter their location—and businesses face challenges meeting these increasingly complex demands using legacy solutions.
Cradlepoint’s NetCloud platform combines our Edge software and cloud services (Enterprise Cloud Manager) with SDN, NFV, SD-WAN and a host of other technologies to provide a converged, next-generation WAN with an embedded security perimeter that addresses this new era of “Interprise” broadband networks.
Join us for a webinar to learn more about Cradlepoint NetCloud and NetCloud Engine to improve productivity, reduce costs, and enhance the intelligence of your network and business operations.
Cradlepoint recently announced that first responders will now be able to seamlessly transition to the Band 14 National Public Safety Broadband Network (NPSBN) developed by the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) and meet the mandates of the federal government.
Cradlepoint’s new MC400L2 modem is the first solution with a full range of applications needed to coordinate emergency response efforts across public and private first responder networks. It is the first Band 14 solution that—when integrated with the AER product family—features full Unified Threat Management (UTM) security.
Benefits of the new release include: routers can be deployed now and upgraded later when FirstNet is available; maximum reliability when paired with commercial LTE service; Ethernet WAN, or WiFi as WAN; and faster speeds with the Category 4 modem for AER, ARC, and COR product families.
Additionally, Cradlepoint also announced new Category 4 modems for the AER, ARC, and compatible COR series products. This new modem will perform at higher speeds, support additional bands, and take advantage of carrier network improvements. The new modem will be embedded in the AER1600 and available as an accessory MC400 modem for the rest of the AER and ARC products, as well as a second-modem accessory for the COR products with a dock.
Join us for this webinar to learn more about Cradlepoint's new modem products for North America.
With more E-rate options and a wider variety of education technologies than ever before, K-12 schools and districts are innovatively leveraging cloud-based wired and wireless WAN solutions. As a result, they are reducing costs, man-hours, network complexity, and downtime associated with their networks.
Districts are discovering that their primary, failover, and mobile networking needs require flexible, purpose-built platforms and cloud management tools that are able to create, complement, augment, and extend connectivity quickly and securely.
Join our webinar at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT on October 13 to envision what’s possible for your K-12 network infrastructure through cloud-managed wired and wireless solutions.
Todd Kelly, VP of Emerging Technologies, Cradlepoint
Until recently there has been very little fundamental innovation in terms of how WANs are designed and implemented. Driven by the development of Software-Defined Networking (SDN), that is changing.
Introducing your next WAN — software-defined, LTE-based, and designed with security in mind for today’s connected enterprise. This new combination reduces complexity and enables IT and network teams to deploy cloud-based networks in minutes to connect distributed people, places, and things — anywhere.
Join us for a webinar to learn how you can make the public Internet your private network to augment, complement, extend, or replace legacy network infrastructure without giving up visibility, security, and control.
In state and local government, IT professionals are being asked to do more with less. More applications, security, management capabilities, users, locations, connected devices, and smart technology. Less money, time, man-hours, network complexity, and downtime.
In many instances, public sector agencies and organizations are discovering essential efficiency improvements through software-defined, cloud-managed solutions. With the convergence of wired and wireless WAN, connecting people, places, and things is easier than ever.
Join our webinar at 9 a.m. PDT/12 p.m. EDT on Sept. 15, 2016, for an intriguing look at government use cases for LTE, software-defined networks, and remote cloud management.
Ken Tucker, Senior Solutions Architect for Cradlepoint
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is deployed one of two ways: on-premises or cloud. Each deployment strategy has its pluses and minuses — with variables including features, upfront costs and total cost of ownership, existing infrastructure, and scalability.
VoIP services traverse the WAN and are subject to overall WAN bandwidth. If adequate WAN resources are not available, call quality degradation can result. That’s why more and more IT professionals are asking this question: “How would using an LTE WAN for failover or primary connectivity impact VoIP services in our network?”
Join our webinar at 9 a.m. PDT/12 p.m. EDT on Sept. 8, 2016, to learn the best practices and considerations for deploying VoIP on an LTE network.
We also will discuss:
— VoIP on an LTE network vs. VoLTE
— VoIP on LTE for failover or primary connectivity
— VoIP network conditions
— LTE vs. 3G/2G
— Best practices
— Quality of Service (QoS)
— Cradlepoint field testing
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Cradlepoint is the global leader in software-defined 4G LTE network solutions. Enterprise adoption of cloud, mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies is driving the need for always-on connectivity for people, places, and things — anywhere. Cradlepoint’s cloud-based platform combines software-defined networking and radio technologies with virtualized services and CPE to deliver 4G LTE networks that are secure end-to-end, agile to deploy, and ultra-reliable. Over 15,000 enterprise, SMB and government customers around the world rely on Cradlepoint to keep their critical sites, remote workforces, vehicles, assets, and machines always connected and protected. Founded in 2006, Cradlepoint is a privately held company headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with offices in Silicon Valley, Canada, and the UK. Learn more at cradlepoint.com or follow us on Twitter @cradlepoint.
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