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The Role of Private LTE and CBRS in Revolutionizing Wireless LAN

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+1.855.813.3385 | cradlepoint.com 1 The Role of Private LTE in Revolutionizing Wireless LAN Overview Our world is now dominated by IoT devices — and by the data- rich, highly actionable business insights they enable. Even the largest and most remote locations need the flexibility of wireless connectivity for both wide area networks (WAN) and local area networks (LAN) so they can connect those devices. But existing LAN technologies, including WiFi, aren't sufficient to address this challenge: — The sheer size and scope of many deployments demands long-range coverage, and the number of WiFi access points needed to cover that range isn't feasible. — Highly sensitive information calls for layers of security not currently available in WiFi. — Stringent budgetary limitations, particularly in the public sector, make it important to minimize infrastructure expenditures as much as possible. — Applications like live streaming of HD footage require low latency. — The broad scope of what organizations connect puts a premium on the ability to monitor, control, and automate network traffic flow and Quality-of-Service (QoS). Think about all of the Internet-connected staff, devices, vehicles, and applications spread across warehouses, manufacturing plants, mines, airports, ports, hospitals, and many other expansive areas. And with the boundless potential of 5G expanding companies' long-term ideas and vision, the complexity of these scenarios is sure to grow. How Licensed, Unlicensed & Shared Spectrum are Slicing Costs & Boosting What's Possible for Large-Area Network Deployments WHITE PAPER

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