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Cellular Wireless

What is
Cellular wireless is not only for making phone calls and texting anymore. When we talk about cellular wireless, we are talking about the enterprise cellular wireless for networking devices like routers and firewalls. 

For enterprise cellular wireless, an organization uses the cellular network for either WAN backup, a WAN link, or remote users. Cellular wireless has long been used as a backup for land lines on many routers and firewalls but lacked the bandwidth and reliability to be the only WAN link connecting devices. This has changed as more bandwidth is becoming available on the wireless network.  


Cellular wireless is not new, but it is increasingly better with each generation via increasing speeds. Cellular wireless is not a new technology and is getting better with each generation. 3G, 4G, and now 5G standards are bringing higher speeds and lower latency – making it a great option for enterprise users. 4G is common but 5G is being quickly rolled out by most carriers.

  • Remote branch offices that can’t easily get a land line   

  • As the main connection to a branch   

  • Branch location that wants to add wireless backup of land line   

  • Home workers that need a dedicated network for security purposes   

  • Mobile networks like police cars, buses, and ambulances   

  • Store within a store:  renting space for bank or clinic and can’t run cables   

  • IoT devices like digital signage or video surveillance   

  • Drones for beyond line of sight 

  • Wireless everywhere   

  • Telemedicine   

  • Distance learning   

  • Autonomous vehicles  


Benefit 1

Instant network access
within days instead of weeks

We are here to help.  

Nth Generation offers teams of tenured experts that provide the expertise and certifications needed to assist with your Wireless Network. 

Partner with Nth to determine:

When is 5G going to be available? 

What speeds should
I expect?  

How secure is
cellular wireless? 

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