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Top Answer: Cradlepoint NetCloud is very stable.
Top Answer: I believe the net cloud licensing is roughly a couple hundred dollars a year, but I'm not positive. Another manager of ours buys the licenses and I just approve them. I look at the numbers every now… more »
Top Answer: Cradlepoint has a Trend Micro interface. They run Trend Micro, kind of like firewall — web filtering on top of it. There could be some room for improvement there, but that's kind of reaching.
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Cradlepoint’s NetCloud is an integrated platform that connects modern enterprises from the Edge to the cloud to ensure pervasive connectivity and greater availability. It combines advanced Enterprise Software-Defined Network (SDN) and Software-Defined Perimeter (SD-P) technologies that enable dynamic connectivity and network management of fixed branch locations, vehicles, and M2M/IoT deployments within one pane of glass platform.

IBM Networking Services for SDN help you design, deploy and manage virtualized, software defined networks for better agility, security and cost efficiency. IBM Networking Services for Software-defined Networks (SDN) help you transform your hardware and device-centric network to a virtual, software-defined network for improved agility, security and cost efficiency. It offers an unbiased approach to network transformation across multiple SDN technologies with network design, deployment and management services to build networks that support your application requirements and business needs. Key features include the following: Assess your network and develop a SDN strategy, Monitor and manage your network proactively, Deploy virtualized software-defined networks and Build, integrate and test SDN solutions.
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Comms Service Provider25%
Computer Software Company24%
Media Company13%
Financial Services Firm8%

Cradlepoint NetCloud is ranked 4th in Software Defined Networking (SDN) with 1 review while IBM SDN is ranked 14th in Software Defined Networking (SDN). Cradlepoint NetCloud is rated 8.0, while IBM SDN is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Cradlepoint NetCloud writes "An all-in-one subscription that enables your transition to a Wireless WAN". On the other hand, Cradlepoint NetCloud is most compared with Peplink SpeedFusion, Meraki SD-WAN, Fortinet FortiGate, VMware SD-WAN and Cisco SD-WAN, whereas IBM SDN is most compared with Aviatrix, VMware NSX, Big Switch Networks, Juniper Contrail Networking and Meraki SD-WAN.

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