received LTE certification from Verizon for CradlePoint’s fully-integrated 4G
LTE failover solutions for existing multi-WAN CPE routers and new network
installs in distributed enterprise locations.
retail failover solution is designed from the ground up to provide fixed-location
network connectivity for businesses.
retail failover delivers the performance and security required for reliable
failover that keeps these business-critical applications up and running on
Verizon’s 4G LTE network,” said George Mulhern, CEO of CradlePoint.
integrates 3G/4G LTE modems to provide the performance, reliability, and
security required for point-of-sale (POS) transactions and the growing set of
high-bandwidth retail cloud computing applications providing enhanced customer
integrated business series router (the ARC MBR1400LE) provides a modular,
flexible approach for business customers to utilize the ‘blazingly fast’
Verizon 4G LTE network.
integrated business series adapter (the ARC CBA750LE) in “IP
Pass-through” mode enables a high-performance LTE failover solution for
practically any dual-WAN CPE router (including Cisco, Juniper, SonicWALL and
others) currently in use in retail stores, quick-service restaurants, and branch
dynamic solutions provide automatic failover to either 3G or 4G LTE for the
reliability retail businesses require and future-proofing for those businesses
where 4G LTE will soon be available,” said Eric Sorensen, executive director,
Machine-to-Machine Solutions, Verizon Wireless.
3G/4G connection enables a single solution to be deployed at all company
locations, leveraging 3G in locations where the Verizon 4G LTE network is not
locations, temporary situations, or applications that require isolation from
the corporate network, the CradlePoint integrated ARC series router can serve
as a primary connection enabling quick and easy deployment of a business-grade
had announced its partnership with Verizon Wireless last year to offer three
new 4G LTE wireless broadband solutions designed to get business online faster,
keep their networks connected longer, and power high-speed access to today’s
cloud computing services.