The Peplink SDX Pro is capable of up to 24 Gbps of throughput to handle demanding office situations, coming complete with two module slots and a built-in SSD.
ADLINK's MECS-7210 is an NGC-Ready validated and OTII-compliant edge server, providing a flexible platform for 5G network solutions with hardware acceleration.
The Robustel R1520 industrial IoT router offers 5x Ethernet ports for access and control of a variety of industrial applications, and an in-built GPS chipset.
Asia–Pacific's 5G digital factory revenue is primed for a post-COVID recovery worth US$60 billion in 2030, according to ABI Research.
The Crystal Group RS1.532L21X2F twin server has a small footprint and is engineered and tested to meet or exceed strict MIL-SPEC standards.
The Norwegian National Museum has deployed Sepura's Indoor Location application on its fleet of SC21 TETRA handheld radios to boost staff safety.
The mounting of PTT devices is essential for legal and safety purposes, necessitating mounts that can securely hold and protect such devices in different work settings.
The EdenNet SON software will enable its partner Telstra to boost automation across its mobile network and support its move to 5G.
Electronic faxing in the cloud can effortlessly increase connectivity and build momentum towards more strategic digital business goals.
5G has confirmed its status as the fastest-growing wireless cellular technology, with connections increasing by 308.66% this year.
The ADAM-6700 series are intelligent, I/O-integrated gateway devices with an all-in-one design that can perform data collection, storage, processing, calculation and analysis locally.
The Leeds Bradford Airport will install the Freqentis VCS 3020X as it expands to accommodate 3 million extra passengers by 2030.
CommScope has been chosen by New Zealand's Ministry of Education to deploy up to 38,000 Wi-Fi 6 access points and 12,000 switches across 2500 schools.
The COR IBR1700 LTE router is sold with NetCloud software and is designed to support emergency services, mobile command centres and near-shore vessels.
New Wi-Fi technology can transmit data at 2 megabits per second over a range of up to 21 metres using just 28 microwatts of power.