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Learn how 3G CDMA network sunsets could impact your in-cab hardware and your drivers’ connectivity.
Uncover what your fleet needs to know about the 3G wireless sunsets and how to harness 4G LTE connectivity.
Tech upgrades are a major investment in time and money. Discover how to maximize ROI and ensure your fleet is set up for success - both today and in the future.
Midnite proactively upgraded their devices to the 4G LTE connectivity ahead of the 3G network sunsets.
For fleets looking to navigate the industry’s technological changes, the Trimble Duo offers several distinct advantages.
A longtime Trimble customer, TSD upgraded to Trimble Duo as part of their strategy to rely on 4G LTE networks and to ensure their fleet’s connectivity for years to come.
For fleets like yours, Android provides several tangible aspects to enable new levels of efficiency and connectivity across your organization.
Heniff relies on a wide range of Trimble solutions to gain visibility and to streamline processes across their organization.
While 5G will provide significantly improved connectivity, there are few reasons why fleets shouldn’t wait to upgrade.
Fleets can use this shift to LTE as an opportunity to help their vehicles and drivers reach new levels of connectivity.
Understanding why and how this shift to LTE is happening can help you ensure that your drivers and vehicles stay connected.
In the last decade, smartphones and tablets have changed how we communicate and have also changed the way industries rely on technology to get work done.
Learn about the 3G network sunset, how it may impact your fleet and how you can stay ahead of the curve by leveraging 4G LTE connectivity with Trimble Transportation.
While there are inherent challenges to any technology upgrade, fleets can use a shift to LTE as an opportunity to help their vehicles and drivers reach new levels of connectivity.
Wireless carriers are continuing to invest in 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks, which provide faster and more comprehensive coverage, while wireless carriers sunset existing older networks.