Sierra Wireless Webinar: How Will 5G Impact Your Router Deployments?

As 5G continues to roll out, the promise of faster speeds, lower latency, and increased spectrum efficiency is becoming real.

In this webinar we will share compelling findings from the recent 5G research completed by IDC about how 5G may influence your current and future device deployments. Find out how 5G is being used today, differences in regional plans, and what mission-critical and business-critical use cases take advantage of 5G.

We will also introduce you to our new supercharged XR series – the highest performing multi-network 5G solution in the industry.

Webinar highlights:

  • What is the current state of 5G adoption and why you should consider preparing for 5G now?
  • How is 5G being used today and what use cases will continue to develop?
  • How does the new XR series of 5G routers deliver the fastest speeds, always-on connectivity, and device-to-cloud security?

Speakers:

  • David Markland, Sr Director, Product Line Management, Enterprise Solutions, Sierra Wireless
  • David Manuel, Senior Product Manager, Sierra Wireless

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