ABP (News - Alert) Technology, a division of ABP International, Inc. and distributor for high-end technology products in the fields of IT and telecommunications, has launched a new website, www.DrayTekUSA.com, for small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The new website showcases DrayTek Routers, which are specifically designed and priced for SMBs. The DrayTek line allows SMBs to adopt cloud services while improving the reliability and security of cloud communications.
DrayTek Router is a device on your network that is connected between all of your home network devices and your Internet Service Provider, or ISP. The routers provide both fail-over and load balancing to keep mission-critical cloud services available at all time.
ABPTech is presenting the DrayTek products, along with its entire IP Technology portfolio covering IP Communications, IP Surveillance and IP Network Infrastructure solutions at ITEXPO (News - Alert) Las Vegas, being held August 12-14, 2014, at The Rio. The company is a Gold Sponsor of ITEXPO, a unique technology tradeshow that combines education, innovation and networking for IT professionals.
APBTech has added the DrayTek line of routers and other networking equipment to their product line. Jon Arnold (News - Alert), principal analyst at J Arnold & Associates. Mr. Arnold is also a member of the team of experts that make up Unified Communications Strategies said “It has been a challenge for the SMB to achieve the required levels of reliability and security without the budget for IT that is available to larger organizations.”
ABPTech is available at booth 513 where attendees can learn more about value-added solutions in IP technology.
Robert Messer (News - Alert), president of ABP Technology, said in a statement, “The DrayTek line has features like Dual WAN Connections, VoIP QoS Tools, Content Filtering and State of the Art Security Firewall coupled with a flexible and comprehensive VPN platform. I’m most impressed with the Dual WAN feature, which allows the SMB to have two connections to the Internet.”
Edited by Alisen Downey