Uninterruptible Mobile Radio Bonding
We understand how important it is to always have a connection – wherever you are. Whether you’re in the city or in the middle of no-man’s-land, network-to-network roaming should not be a failure or a failure.
That’s why we believe in equipping our customers with the best mobile routers in their class to fight for bad coverage.
Extensive 3G / 4G LTE USB modem support.
Embedded SIM slots.
Wi-Fi powered WANs.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, our MAX Mobile Routers will cover you.
Speed and reliability. At every connection.
To ensure that your critical connections will not be disrupted as they pass from one link to the next, we go further and insist on securing our customers seamlessly with packet-level failover and bandwidth aggregation across all mobile connections. No restoration of connections. No skipped video frames anymore. And no more waiting for file transfers. Once created, your connection is unbreakable.
Remote connections with high bandwidth.
With MAX mobile radio routers, you can stream video and transfer large files quickly in poorly connected domains. SpeedFusion technology enables this by aggregating the bandwidth of multiple mobile services. In addition to 3G / 4G LTE connections, you can also add VSAT and landline to your SpeedFusion tunnel.
Full connectivity in the area.
Combine the reception of multiple mobile operators. If one service provider fails, others take over their place without having to worry about disconnections. InControl allows you to track the movements of your entire fleet on a single, all-encompassing screen.
It is possible
Their vehicles travel through the city, while passengers enjoy a constant internet connection. You can also stream large amounts of data from remote sites, and use SpeedFusion to aggregate multiple slow links into a fast connection.
Mobile is our business. Industry-leading SpeedFusion technology is mature, widely deployed, and constantly evolving. Whatever the situation, you can count on us to always have the best technology in the bandwidth aggregation market.