Feature Article

May 03, 2011

Sprint Certification Given to CradlePoint for New 3G and 4G Business Grade Modems

CradlePoint is one of the leading providers of 4G/3G routers. The company recently announced that they had received the Sprint certification for their new 4G WiMax and 3G EVDO Business Grade Modems. The company is now in the process of adding a Business Grade Modem series to their product line in order to increase network uptime which is essential for business applications dependent on 3G and/or 4G network connectivity.

In a release, Wayne Ward, vice president of Emerging Solutions Group, Sprint said that, “Sprint’s open approach to expanding the M2M ecosystem, flexible and robust networks, and proven ability to execute solutions helps partners and customers benefit from M2M opportunities. Partners like CradlePoint bring distinct enhancements to our M2M portfolio. Our value proposition is built on streamlining the process of deploying M2M solutions, while enabling customers to tap into our extensive M2M ecosystem, where they can choose from a broad selection of applications and expertise to support their specific objectives.”

All CradlePoint’s Business Grade Modems offer the customer higher performance with increased security and reliability especially when combined with mission critical fixed routers like the MBR1400 and CBA750. The Business Grade Modem series from CradlePoint offers a modular, flexible approach for business customers enabling them to choose the best combination of Sprint network technology for diverse geographic deployments and required business applications.

Ryan Adamson, COO of CradlePoint said that, “While CradlePoint provides the industries’ broadest range of consumer modem support, we recognized that businesses need an integrated custom solution which is more reliable for their business critical applications. We have integrated world-class modem technology that, when combined with our routers and the specific design of the Sprint network, provides higher performance, reliability and security required for continuous uptime from Sprint’s mobile broadband networks.”

In other news, Brightpoint North America L.P., a subsidiary of Brightpoint, a company that offers distribution and customized services to more than 25,000 business-to-business (B2B) customers globally, has finalized a distribution agreement with CradlePoint, to distribute and promote that company’s mobile broadband products and accessories in the U.S. market.

Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for MobilityTechzone. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell

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