United Oil deploys CradlePoint ARC Solution with Integrated 4G LTE to replace DSL

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Jan. 2, 2013

Case Study

For United Oil, filling up the tank doesn’t have to mean just another forgettable trip to the corner gas station. The company, which started as a small, family owned business and has since grown to 126 retail stations throughout Southern California, prides itself on its award-winning architecture, distinctive facilities, exceptional customer service, and unparalleled value. The same standards of excellence are applied to United Oil’s IT operations, where everything from employee management, inventory control, pump sensors, and ATMs are driving value for the company.

United Oil had been using DSL for their 126 stores. The costs for broadband service could vary dramatically—two identical gas stations across the street from one another could incur anywhere from $50 to $150 per month in Internet service charges. Mobile broadband was appealing, and in fact the company had used CradlePoint solutions for several years as a failover solution.

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Topics: Cellular Signage , Large-Scale Deployment , Networking / Connectivity

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