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[January 08, 2013]

CradlePoint Powers "Anywhere, Anytime" Networking at International CES

Boise, Idaho, Jan 08, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- CradlePoint, a leader in 3G/4G wireless networking for the distributed enterprise, today announced its participation at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CradlePoint will be demonstrating some of its key innovations including WiPipe Central, a cloud-enabled network management and application platform, in the Verizon booth (Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, #31400).


"WiPipe Central has been an invaluable tool for distributed enterprises to manage their networks remotely," said Ken Hosac, Vice President of Business Development at CradlePoint. "In 2013, CradlePoint customers will discover significant new ways to take advantage of the potential of the cloud to create a more intelligent network. We have improved WiPipe Central to offer faster updates, new applications, smarter analytics, and an intuitive API system." Wireless solutions - including those offered by CradlePoint - are among the hottest topics at this year's CES. More than 1,200 exhibitors are showcasing wireless technologies at the 2013 CES. Mobile devices are driving the industry as consumers and businesses look to harness the power of cloud-based applications that rely on the connectivity of "anywhere, anytime" networks.

Solution providers serving industries ranging from healthcare to entertainment to security to retail have chosen CradlePoint routing solutions to connect POS systems, kiosks, digital signage, branch offices, and more. One CradlePoint customer, United Oil, has leveraged CradlePoint solutions combined with 4G LTE to run their custom applications, including a VoIP phone system, maximizing network uptime and reducing the high costs of wired systems.

United Oil is also one of the many CradlePoint customers that have already discovered the cost-cutting benefits of CradlePoint's cloud management system, WiPipe Central. CES attendees are invited to see how CradlePoint's rapidly evolving cloud-based application platform, creates simplified management, superior security, and enhanced intelligence for networks in a distributed enterprise.

"We've identified a way to not only optimize the technology in almost all of our stores but also to drive more money to our bottom line in the process," noted Director of Technology at United Oil, Bill De La Espriella. "We have the reliable bandwidth we need to run our various applications, our telephony system, and even new product and service offerings for our customers. And, we can manage it all centrally using CradlePoint's WiPipe Central to reduce the high costs of wired bandwidth while eliminating outages that would affect our stores' business." About CradlePoint CradlePoint is the global leader in 3G/4G networking solutions providing business grade, secure connectivity to distributed enterprise, small business, and mobile customers. With support for over 350 modems on more than 70 different carriers, CradlePoint defines excellence in connectivity. Specializing in failover, machine-to-machine (M2M), and primary connections, CradlePoint's solutions are purpose built for PCI compliant networks. CradlePoint is the first to pioneer and fully enable high-speed LTE in our solutions to maximize the potential of the cloud for businesses worldwide. CradlePoint is a privately held company in Boise, Idaho. Learn more at CradlePoint.com or follow us on Twitter @CradlePoint.

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