History of Wired and Wireless WAN for Enterprise Networking

October 11, 2021

Wireless wide-area networking (Wireless WAN) has arrived, but it didn’t happen overnight. It’s taken four decades and layer upon layer of innovation — from mainframes to worldwide IoT, and everything in between. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane and reminisce about how we got to 5G for business and a world unfettered by wires.

Explore the infographic, then read our Wireless WAN white paper for a more in-depth look at LTE and 5G for business.

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