Cradlepoint Routers

Cradlepoint Routers

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Cradlepoint Routers

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Reliable failover solution

9 out of 10
February 25, 2022
I am using a Cradlepoint Cellular Router as part of my failover system. Time is an important factor when it comes to uptime in our area. …
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Cradle points disappoint.

6 out of 10
February 24, 2022
Our organization is an MSP that has partnered with a large healthcare provider to stand up a mobile medical unit to assist patients all …
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What is Cradlepoint Routers?

Cradlepoint in Boise offers a range of routers supporting cellular or wireless failover, branch and IoT networks, and related needs, available through a variety of appliances, and via the Cradlepoint virtual edition router.

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What is Cradlepoint Routers?

Cradlepoint in Boise offers a range of routers supporting cellular or wireless failover, branch and IoT networks, and related needs, available through a variety of appliances, and via the Cradlepoint virtual edition router.

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Score 9 out of 10
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While working with them, they don't always go and constantly explain and answer all your questions, operating your device as if you need it to work. Every organization needs router, small or large and Cradle point router is best considering all factors.
Chris Peters Sr. | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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It has worked great for our emergency vehicles and mobile remote dispatch stations. We did have them at other bases as secondary internet access in the event of failure of our fiber, but I have found that is not as useful as we thought it may have been. I have temporarily disabled cellular on those devices and just did not have the need for it.
Score 9 out of 10
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Cradlepoint Routers isn't too short, but the device I'm using is a router. It is no different from other routers other than WAN Cellular. Deployment was easy, reliable, and supported by a good support team. We recommend this as part of your ISP's failure plan. This is suitable for any company, big or small, that needs a cellular solution for failover and even as a basic Internet connection.
February 24, 2022

Cradle points disappoint.

Score 6 out of 10
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If redundancy (dual sim slots for failover) and minimal hardware is what you are looking for then the cradle point does a great job and with the option of an external antenna, it adds lots of versatility to the setup. However, the throughput and the management portal really put a damper on our opinion of going with this product again as the throughput was around half of that of other solutions with the same card.
Jeff Allen | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Not to sell Cradlepoint short, but the device we use is a router. No different than any other router, except with a cellular WAN. The device was easy to deploy, reliable, and backed by a great support team. I recommend this as part of ISP fail-over planning. Plus, Cellular is cheap. Cost per location is $50 per month for Verizon service that gets used four-five days of the year.
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