Now available to order, the Cradlepoint R1900 5G ruggedised router has been designed to provide reliable connectivity in vehicles. It incorporates a clean slate design, built from the ground up to handle high-performance 5G connectivity and edge computing. Order from Westbase.io today, your leading Cradlepoint distribution partner in the UK and Europe.
Introducing the Cradlepoint R1900 5G and RX30 Managed Accessory
Purpose-built for extreme vehicle environments, the Cradlepoint R1900 is suitable for use in emergency services, critical infrastructure and public transport fleets. As 5G becomes more accessible, organisations will benefit from secure and fibre-fast 5G mobile networks, enabling immersive applications for field force productivity and enhanced customer experiences. As a first-mover in 5G, Cradlepoint have built the R1900 not just to provide a faster connection, but also to provide the reliability, performance, security and edge capabilities that will truly enable businesses to take full advantage of 5G.
Also announced alongside the R1900 was the RX30 series of accessories. The RX30-PoE connects to the R1900 to provide four additional Gigabit Ethernet or PoE ports while the RX30-MC will also be made available in the future, which adds a second modem slot plus four additional Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Key features of the Cradlepoint R1900 include:
- WAN connectivity: Ultimate 5G NR / CAT 20 LTE connectivity
- LAN connectivity: WiFi 6, Gigabit Ethernet and Bluetooth 5.1
- Integrates into AVLS with discrete GNSS and dead reckoning
- Fully ruggedised for tough vehicle environments
- Central cloud-based management for simplified deployment and management at scale
- NetCloud Mobile Performance Package provides connectivity, network, security, location and IoT services to connect everything in the vehicle, or take the optional Advanced Package for access to threat management, web filtering, application visibility, analytics and advanced GNSS/GPS functionality
- Edge compute capabilities support containers, connectors, SDKs, and API