LTE Support for CradlePoint Mobile Routers

Posted by Sam Churchill on

CradlePoint today announced support for the Verizon 4G LTE Network across its product family of Mobile Broadband Routers.

CradlePoint’s wireless routers provide mobile hotspots, powered by broadband wireless operators. Today’s announcement enables business, home and individual customers of Verizon Wireless with secure, reliable, high-speed access to the Verizon 4G LTE network.

CradlePoint provides access to the Verizon 4G LTE Network through CradlePoint routers that use Verizon Wireless external USB data modem sticks. CradlePoint has released final firmware that supports both the Pantech LTE UML290 and LG VL600 USB modems.

CradlePoint’s LTE firmware release is now available for CradlePoint’s 4G routers, including the CTR500, CBA250, CBA750, MBR800, MBR900, MBR90, MBR1000, and MBR1200.

CradlePoint’s CTR35 released with LTE support for the Pantech UML290 data modem at the CES Show in January. Support for the LG VL600 will be available for the CTR35 March 30, 2011. Current owners of CradlePoint products can visit their site to download final LTE firmware for their specific CradlePoint products.

Perhaps solar-powered, Wi-Fi enabled, bus stops will sprout $300 tablets.

Thin Film Solar is efficient while mobile hotspots are cheap. Just add batteries.

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Posted by Sam Churchill on Thursday, February 24th, 2011 at 9:33 am .

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