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VoIP on an LTE Network

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
Recorded Sep 8 2016 47 mins
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Ken Tucker, Senior Solutions Architect for Cradlepoint
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    Bringing the benefits of Software-Defined WAN To LTE mobile networks for first responders, transit operators and other fleet-based organizations, Cradlepoint announced this week its all-inclusive solution services for mobile networking. This is the third major product announcement from Cradlepoint under its new NetCloud Solution Packages services model.

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    Expert panel including Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy, Cradlepoint
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    Unlike large-scale, consumer-oriented IoT offerings, enterprise IoT devices must be differentiated to serve specific industry needs as well as provide enterprise-grade availability, security and reliability — but still maintain relatively low cost.

    As businesses seek to gain new insights and efficiencies by leveraging the internet of things, RCR Wireless News looks at what enterprises need to know to make the IoT work for them.

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    Todd Krautkremer, CMO, Cradlepoint
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    That said, there’s a vast divide in the world of enterprise IoT between what businesses say they believe and how they plan to act.

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    — IoT adoption & implementation trends
    — Solutions & best practices
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    New cloud-delivered, software-defined technologies are enabling this transformation, and 2018 promises more transformation than enterprise networking has seen in 20 years.

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    Ed Walton, VP and Roger Billings, Global Solutions Architect - Cradlepoint
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    •Check-in kiosks streamline administrative tasks and help patients access and update important information.

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    •Wireless Real-Time Location Systems (WRTLS) allow IT administrators to track and locate medical devices across massive campuses, reducing overhead and wasted time.

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    Bryan Embrey, Cradlepoint
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    IT managers concerned about their connected-network systems have turned to Parallel Networking to create application-specific networks to protect cardholder data while enabling customer engagement and improving operations.

    Parallel Networking enables organizations with hundreds or thousands of distributed locations to enhance security and PCI Compliance at the Network’s Edge.

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  • Black Cloud Network Security With Software-Defined Perimeter Recorded: Sep 28 2017 24 mins
    Josh Flinn, Principal Solutions Architect, Cradlepoint
    How do you ensure your organization’s data is protected — even over public Internet, with more devices and users than ever before needing connectivity? Create a Virtual Cloud Network that the public Internet doesn’t even know exists.

    You can’t hack what you can’t see, which is why black cloud security through Software-defined Perimeter services is the best way to secure IoT devices that live on today’s Elastic Edge.

    Join Josh Flinn, a principal solutions architect at Cradlepoint, for a live webinar on Sept. 28, 2017, as he explores how Cradlepoint’s NetCloud platform creates completely secure, private, invitation-only IoT networks in minutes.

    Attendees will learn how SD-Perimeter:

    + Offers LAN-like performance to remote users on virtually any device
    + Secures all transactions with an invitation-only network
    + Micro-segments users, groups, applications, and resources with simple policies
    + Is enabling customers to simplify their network architecture
Enabling the Elastic Edge for Connecting People, Places & Things.
Cradlepoint is the leading provider of cloud-based wired and wireless WAN networking solutions for Distributed and Mobile Enterprises. Cradlepoint solutions provide the strongest wireless and broadband performance while delivering proven network system interoperability. Cradlepoint’s broad family of high-performance router platforms are designed for deployment in mission-critical applications that require 24x7 connectivity. With both integrated wireless and wired WAN and non-integrated versions, our solutions are ideal for distributed and mobile operations and emerging industries that require either remote connectivity or multi-WAN redundancy. Cradlepoint’s NetCloud platform enables enterprise network administrators to easily create, monitor, manage, and maintain their distributed network running on different WAN sources from a single location.

Founded in 2006, Cradlepoint has shipped over 1.4 million routing platforms and offers solutions certified and promoted by major worldwide carriers. Cradlepoint is a privately held company with headquarters in Boise, Idaho.

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