In the mainstream enterprise market, SD-WAN is typically used to add broadband, DSL, or mobile links to their existing connection. It enables organizations to increase the bandwidth of existing MPLS connections while providing a failover backup, all at substantial cost savings compared to directly upgrading the MPLS line to the same standard of bandwidth and reliability.
We understand the importance of staying connected wherever you are. Whether you’re zooming around town or stationed in the middle of nowhere, roaming from network to network should not equate to downtime and more downtime, which is why we believe in equipping our customers with best-in-class cellular routers to battle spotty coverage. Wherever you go, whatever you do, our MAX Cellular Routers have you covered.
With Peplink’s SpeedFusion technology, we’re able to bond multiple SIM cards, from a combination of LTE carriers, to provide truly unbreakable connectivity and bandwidth. With MAX cellular routers, you can stream video and quickly transfer large files in remote areas with poor connectivity. SpeedFusion technology makes this possible by bonding the bandwidth of multiple cellular services. In addition to 3G/4G LTE connections, you can also add VSAT and landlines into your SpeedFusion tunnel.
Failover offered in existing technologies will transfer sessions to another connection, but will not prevent the session from breaking when one WAN connection fails. This results in some interruptions or downtime.
In the event of a WAN disconnection, Hot Failover will transfer your traffic to another connection while maintaining session persistence. This seamless transition means that you won’t experience interruptions in your activities.
Bandwidth bonding combines data at the packet level, enabling you to combine the speed of multiple connections. This is useful for situations where bandwidth is scarce, such as at a remote site or in a moving vehicle. This technology also enables branch offices to connect to the head office at greater connection speeds.
Basic Wi-Fi on a bus is nothing new. Simple tasks like checking and returning emails on the way to the office are all well and good. But a variety of factors, like spotty cell coverage or video-streaming bandwidth hogs on the bus, don’t allow for more complicated, actual productivity, such as using cloud office apps or coding. These users require low latency, high speed, and above all, stable connectivity to accomplish their work. There is no room for dodgy coverage or lackluster speeds when trying to extend one’s workplace to their bus seat.
Load balancing routers were thought to be the answer, but programming or cloud office application usage was still out of reach, thanks to sessions being broken when switching carriers. With this being a likely, and frequent occurrence, using persistent session-reliant applications like SSH, VPN, HTTPS, or even video chats is (at best) inadvisable or (at worst) flat-out impossible.
With Peplink’s SpeedFusion technology, we’re able to bond multiple SIM cards from a combination of LTE carriers, to provide genuinely unbreakable connectivity and bandwidth. Employees on these buses are now completely unbridled, free to reliably and confidently use cloud office applications such as Google G Suite and Microsoft Office 365, long before they step foot into the office for the day.
Peplink’s Rolling Workplace devices and configurations can not only combine multiple SIM cards into a super-fast, unbreakable tunnel but can also be completely managed and monitored through InControl 2. This allows the administrator(s) to monitor data cap usage, access GPS information, dictate what types of traffic to prioritize, and so much more.
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