BitWave Pro

The BitWave Pro is an enterprise-class router providing broadband Internet connectivity over multiple cellular networks. This device connects IP- based network devices such as tablets, laptops, video cameras, DVRs, and M2M hardware.

The dual-band, dual-concurrent WiFi can be configured as a private wired network or public and private hotspot deployment. It also offers multiple gigabit Ethernet ports for both WAN and LAN cabled connections.

DataConnect Pro PlusThe patented cellular router technology integrates multiple cellular network connections for additional bandwidth, redundancy, and/or additional coverage area. The device continuously monitors each connection and intelligently handles bonding, load balancing, and connection failover, providing the most resilient cellular broadband experience available. Load balancing allows for higher throughput without incurring additional costs, while failover/preferred mode allows the majority of traffic to go to a single preferred carrier. True bonding mode allows all cellular WANs to be aggregated together to form a single IP link – ideal for applications requiring the maximum throughput from all carriers without degradation from the performance of any single link.

The BitWave Pro uses embedded industrial-class modems to ensure operability in the harshest application environments. External antennas and locking connectors allow for installations in harsh application locations and the rugged housing protects critical components.

In addition, the router provides a fanless 64-bit quad-core processor allowing it to run customer-specific applications, saving the cost, space, integration, power, and support of multiple additional devices.

On-board flash and mSATA can be used for local content, caching, or customer-specific applications.

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