Encore Networks Routers Certified for Use on AT&T Wireless Network [Gulf Oil & Gas (Egypt)]
(Gulf Oil & Gas (Egypt) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Encore Networks, a leader in M2M solutions for fixed and wireless communications, announced that Encore's EN-4000™ router has been certified for use on the AT&T Wireless network.
The EN-4000™ is a 4G, PTCRB certified wireless router built for high bandwidth M2M applications like Business Continuity, Digital Signage, Remote Access and Video Surveillance. Industrial and Enterprise customers can use the EN-4000™ as a primary or back-up connection, eliminating the high costs and challenges of wired network outages. When a wired connection is down, the EN-4000™ keeps applications online by quickly switching to a wireless connection eliminating the risk of lost business due to downtime.
"AT&T has been an early innovator and continues to lead in supporting M2M applications using wireless technologies," said William Flanagan, President of Flanagan Consulting. "Receiving AT&T certification enables Encore to leverage the advantages of high speed 4G HSPA+ at significantly lower costs to the end user and to better serve the growing M2M market."
Encore routers are designed for demanding M2M and Business Continuity applications in the harshest of network environments. The compact and powerful EN family of routers are high availability, full featured, broadband wireless routers that provide license free IP, VPN, Firewall, Ethernet Switching and Legacy protocol to IP interworking for a wide range of SCADA, Transportation, Utilities, Sub-Station, and other industrial applications. All Encore wireless routers move data to a public or private IP cellular infrastructure removing the dependence on copper lines while providing VPN technology.
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