The new Pepwave Max On The Go unit is a versatile box that has offers some unique upgrade abilities that aren’t found on other competing routers on the market today. In addition to a clear upgrade path the Max OTG units also accept USB modems keeping the cost down when compared to more powerful embedded solutions. The decrease in costs means users can now get specific features that until now were only available on units that costed over $2,000! Within the review we’ll take a full look at the features available within the Max OTG units and break down the difference between all the models.
Friday, June 07, 2013
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Get SpeedFusion bandwidth bonding, automatic failover, and best-in-class data protection wherever you work with Pepwave’s new MAX On-The-Go. This compact and capable SpeedFusion-powered endpoint bonds the bandwidth of up to four 4G LTE/3G modems for high-speed, high-availability VPNs that go where you go. Lightweight and built tough, the Pepwave MOTG fits into any mobile workflow and offers the performance, security, and features you need to get the job done on the road.
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Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Peplink, SpeedFusion, Video Bonding, Firmware 5.4, Layer 2 capability, 3G Cellular bonding, 4G LTE bonding, Cable Bonding, Site to site VPN
Peplink has announced their new technology called SpeedFusion, which is capable of bonding multiple 3G/4G modems and Cable/DSL or leased lines. The technology was previously known as site-to-site VPN bonding, but now features enhanced features. Depending on the model selected you can seamlessly bond up to 13 links from different ISP's with automatic failover. If you already have Peplink Balance equipment in the field don't worry because SpeedFusion is an update found in firmware version 5.4 available now!
- 3G/4G/LTE Cellular Bonding
- Enhanced Video Bonding
- SpeedFusion (Layer 2) capability