Becoming 5G Ready with Gigabit-Class LTE for the Wireless Edge

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Lindsay Notwell, Senior VP of 5G Strategy and Global Carrier Operations, Cradlepoint

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The greatest opportunity for competitive innovation is at the customer edge — and all-wired networks aren’t the answer. Gigabit-Class LTE is a flexible and simplified option that can deliver speeds similar to wired broadband. As a result, enterprises are embracing the new reality of high-bandwidth mobile services, remote or mobile video streaming, remote digital advertising, large footprint private wireless networks, and agile branches. Join this live webinar — featuring Cradlepoint’s Lindsay Notwell, Senior VP of 5G Strategy and Global Carrier Operations — to explore how Gigabit-Class LTE, a foundational element of 5G, can help your organization become 5G Ready for enterprise-class use cases.

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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.