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Cradlepoint releases wireless survey findings.

M2 EQUITYBITES-April 2, 2019-Cradlepoint releases wireless survey findings


Cradlepoint, the global provider of cloud-delivered LTE and 5G wireless network edge solutions, has announced the findings of a new survey conducted with IDG on the state of wireless within the enterprise wide-area network (WAN), the company said.

The results indicate that advanced LTE and emerging 5G services are set to rival traditional wireline as the fixed WAN access of choice over the next three years.

The "2019 State of the WAN Report," sponsored by Cradlepoint and conducted by IDG, surveyed 505 mid-size and larger enterprises with 500 to 10,000 employees to determine the changing role of LTE--and anticipated impact of 5G--in the enterprise as organizations adjust their WAN strategies to deal with the implications of cloud, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT).

The research revealed that nearly two thirds (62 percent) of the respondents plan to increase LTE usage within their WAN in the next three years. The shift to wireless is accelerating as well with an overwhelming majority (90 percent) of respondents citing that Gigabit LTE is likely to affect their WAN roadmap while one-third already anticipate that 5G will have the same effect.

Cradlepoint is the global provider of cloud-delivered wireless edge solutions for branch, mobile and IoT networks. Cradlepoint's Elastic Edge(TM) vision--powered by NetCloud services--provides a blueprint for agile, pervasive and software-driven wireless WANs that leverage 4G and 5G services to connect people, places and things everywhere with reliability, security, and control. Learn more at

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