As wireless networks advanced from 2G to 3G to 4G LTE, businesses quickly learned how to take advantage of faster data speeds to reach more customers, launch new products, and streamline operations. But the leap to 5G networks is poised to unlock a new range of possibilities for businesses.
Wireless networking firm Cradlepoint developed the software and hardware that will allow businesses to take advantage of this new network technology. And this past June, the company, based in Boise, Idaho, partnered with Australian mobile network operator Telstra to launch the world’s first 5G service for business based on its comprehensive, enterprise-class 5G solution. Cradlepoint’s NetCloud platform and specialized hardware—including wideband adapters and routers—serve as the foundation of the carriers’ unique 5G offering. Here, Cradlepoint CEO George Mulhern explains what businesses need to be ready for in a new, 5G-powered world.
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October - November 2020