The many advantages of 4G wireless for the enterprise network are the subject of a July 21 webinar, featuring Sprint’s own Solutions Engineering General Manager, Dave Fischbach, along with Sidecut Reports editor Paul Kapustka and Carl Ford, Co-Founder of Crossfire Media.
It can make for a highly informative lunch (breakfast if you’re on the West Coast, and maybe brunch for points in between).
The noon Eastern Time event, titled Using 4G Wireless to Power Your Corporate Network, aims to illustrate how enterprises can create a secure wireless WAN with 4G to ensure network continuity, reduce costs, enhance productivity, and gain more flexibility than wireline can provide.
Aimed at Senior Network Engineers, Infrastructure Architects, Infrastructure Engineering and Network Operations people, and other IT professionals, the webinar will compare 4G and T1 speeds, detail the most likely wireless WAN applications, and show what redundant 4G and 3G connections can mean for network reliability. It will also look at how 4G wireless can enable the setup of communications links to new branches or remote sites in just days.
Paul Kapustka will offer the insight he has gained from a couple of decades of covering the telecom industry. He has turned Sidecut Reports into the must-view destination for breaking news and intelligent analysis of the 4G wireless marketplace.As for Dave Fischbach, he has more than a decade of experience in supporting and implementing strategic solutions at Sprint. He meets regularly with CEO and CIO customers, so he clearly has his finger on the pulse of enterprise communications. And Carl Ford has been following key initiatives around technology advancement for 20+ years.
In an environment where enterprises need to be as nimble as possible, they need fast, reliable, and immediate connectivity. Those needs will only accelerate as cloud-based applications are deployed and business continuity becomes a critical success factor. Even though we all have a soft spot for the old T1, those links just don’t cut it anymore, from either a performance or a cost standpoint. And enterprises can’t afford to wait weeks to get wireline circuits installed. Those are what is fueling the interest in 4G wireless, and why this is such a timely webinar.
To register for the webinar, click here
For background reading, read the latest Sidecut Reports on 4G Enterprise WAN.