Taylor Construction Breaks Ground on New Technologies with 5G as Foundation

October 17, 2020

Challenge — At Taylor Construction, next-gen applications represent a future of competitiveness driven by real-time data. From smart sensors in the ground to mixed-reality headsets and 8K video streaming for improved on-site safety, opportunities abound. However, visionary innovation was accompanied by an unavoidable question: "How can we have flexible connectivity that’s fast enough to accommodate all of these high-bandwidth applications?"

Solution — As soon as 5G for business became available in Australia, Taylor took action. The company identified a construction site where it could trial Telstra’s Enterprise Wireless service plan and Cradlepoint’s NetCloud Service for Branch, delivered through an E3000 5G-optimized router with a ruggedized W2005 5G Wideband Adapter built for outdoor placement.

Benefits — With a flexible 5G for business solution in place, Taylor already is seeing the WAN speeds and coverage it needs — including 20 times the performance of their 4G connection — to support an exciting range of bandwidth-heavy connected devices and applications on construction sites. It’s what the company needed to ensure real-time information will drive superior cost efficiency and exceptional client satisfaction for years to come.

Learn more about the solutions Taylor deployed on our 5G for Business webpage.

 

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