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ZeroOutages Partners with Broad Sky Networks for Wireless Connectivity

ZeroOutages (www.zeroutages.com) an industry leading supplier of SD-WAN services, and Broad Sky Networks (www.broadskynetworks.net), a Managed Service Provider of LTE based wireless internet, today announced their partnership to offer the ZeroOutages SD-WAN solution for wireless internet failover, primary internet, and out of band management. This strategic partnership focuses on supporting ZeroOutages’ strategy, providing the best … Continued

ASK THESE 3 QUESTIONS OF YOUR SD-WAN PROVIDER

Once thought of as the little brother to Software Defined Networking (SDN), today SD-WAN is growing in leaps and bounds and has proved itself as a mature technology. One of the reasons for SD-WAN’s increased adoption is the technology’s ability to deliver more reliable, agile and cost effective internet connectivity by aggregating the best available … Continued

What is Bonded LTE and LTE – Advanced Anyway?

The problem with the promise of blistering fast LTE/4G networks, is that connections are only as strong as their weakest link. That means that in areas that are remote or have spotty connections, when connections transfer from one link to another, there is a possibility of connections dropping. To minimize these risks, smart enterprises are … Continued

CradlePoint COR IBR1100

The CradlePoint COR IBR1100 Series is a compact, ruggedized 3G/4G/LTE networking solution designed for mission critical connectivity in the most challenging environments. Ideal for in-vehicle networks including police cars, ambulances, and mass transit, this cloud-managed solution provides organizations the ability to scale deployments quickly and manage their vehicle networks easily in real time.

SureCall Force 5 4G Booster

SureCall’s Force5 is a self-contained, five-band, cellular signal booster. The Force5 is an alternative solution to a DAS system at a small fraction of the cost. Modular in design, each Force5 provides enhanced cellular and data reception for areas of 20-25,000 square feet with up to 100 users . The Force5 combines PCS and Cellular … Continued

M2M Growth

Can You Afford to Ignore the Growth of Machine to Machine (M2M) Systems? The simplest answer to the question of whether you can ignore the M2M growth is no. M2M growth is expected to double in the next several years with billions of pieces of data growing daily, moving around through a complex system of … Continued

On M2M: Redundancy is a Necessity

How M2M Networks Can Eliminate Enterprise Inefficiencies Every successful business wants to meet the same basic goals: The need to be efficient, the ability to reduce or eliminate redundancies, and in the process, to be profitable. In your business, you may view redundancies as inefficient, leading to lost profits. In a Machine to Machine (M2M) … Continued

Bundling A Backup

Five Ways to Make You More Valuable to Your Clients Eventually, everybody attempts to build a piece of Ikea furniture. You begin with high hopes which are quickly dashed by wordless instructions, lack of tools, and absolutely no idea how all those flat pieces become the product you thought you bought. Your client probably thinks … Continued

Always in the Cloud

How to Avoid System Outages in the Connectivity of the Cloud There are two words that no business should ever hear: system outage. Because most businesses have developed a vertical system with shared data being used simultaneously, all of the applications in the silo need connectivity. Many of these businesses will ask this question, often … Continued