Axesstel launches 4G Wi-Fi Gateway with optional VoIP
Feb 07, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Axesstel, Inc., a provider of fixed wireless voice and broadband data products, has launched 4G EV-DO Rev. B 450MHz Wi-Fi Gateway with optional VoIP.
Axesstel has begun shipping MV600 Series Gateways to Net1/Ice.net, a telecom operator providing mobile broadband access, VoIP and machine-to-machine services for consumers and businesses in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
The MV600 Series EV-DO Rev. B Gateways combines wireless wide area networking (WWAN), a Wi-Fi wireless local area network (WLAN) router and a four port Ethernet switch to provide wireless broadband data access in one desktop networking device. Leveraging CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. B technology, the MV600 Series Gateways provide broadband data for high-speed access to email, the Internet, data intensive files and multi-media streaming, the company said.
The integrated Wi-Fi router allows remote access to broadband data from any room at home or office and trouble-free set up of a local hotspot. A four port Ethernet switch provides a plug-and-play solution that enables users to network multiple desktop and laptop PCs as well as other devices.
Clark Hickock, CEO of Axesstel, stated: "With the launch of our first 4G product, we continue to demonstrate our market leading capabilities in developing next-generation products for CDMA 1xEV-DO 450MHz. The evolution to EV-DO Rev. B enables higher streaming rates for video and audio; quicker upload of pictures, videos, and audio files; and faster mobile broadband for mobile devices. Our EV-DO Rev. B Wi-Fi Gateway with VoIP capability offers an innovative solution around EV-DO."
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