Red Lion Sixnet IndustrialPro 6000 Cellular Router

Red Lion has recently announced the availability of 4G LTE support for its Sixnet IndustrialPro® 6000 series of industrial cellular routers in North America. Effective immediately, the IndustrialPro 6000 routers are the first M2M rugged devices certified by and compatible with the Bell Mobility 4G LTE network.

Providing customers with faster 4G wireless connectivity, LTE is ideal for organizations that require increased data speeds when using cellular technology for primary or backup WAN connectivity. With data rates up to 100 times faster than 2G and 3G technology, LTE is well suited for remote offices, video surveillance and remote automation environments.

“LTE support gives customers the advantage of speeds that rival wired broadband connections,” said Mahesh Patel, director of wireless product management at Red Lion Controls. “While our products still offer flexible backwards compatibility to 3G networks, the addition of LTE not only delivers significant performance improvements, but also offers 10 times lower latency than earlier technologies. Increased speeds are essential for streaming video and remote applications where high latency or jitter is simply not acceptable.”

Sixnet IndustrialPro 6000 cellular M2M routers provide secure, cost-effective wireless connectivity to remote locations and assets while offering technology assurance from 3G to 4G in a single solution. As a reliable primary WAN connection or a backup to existing network links, IndustrialPro routers are suited for harsh industrial environments such as oil & gas, power & energy and water & wastewater applications where space may be limited and wired connectivity not feasible.

To learn more click here or call 214-637-6262 for ordering information


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