Patton’s Wired/Wireless Network-Failover Internet Router Delivers 100% Uptime
GAITHERSBURG, Md., Aug. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Patton (www.patton.com) is now taking orders for the new BODi rS(TM) family of fault-tolerant, load-balancing Internet routers that deliver superior WAN network continuity with zero downtime.
For business-critical networking, Patton’s BODi rS(TM) enterprise routers prevent lost revenue and wasted worker productivity stemming from Internet outages.
The units combine wireless-mesh, 3G/4G/LTE and Ethernet capabilities with redundant WAN links and automatic failover.
Seamlessly bonding multiple WAN links into a unified Internet connection, the BODi product line provides all-IP network survivability for fixed and mobile enterprises of all sizes.
Banks, brokerages, sales offices and government agencies can use the one-box BODi solution to establish a Wi-Fi mesh LAN with firewall, encryption and multi-WAN routing for truly survivable Internet connectivity.
Providing up to seven fixed/mobile WAN-line connections with redundancy and failover for broadband survivability, BODi routers provide VPN access-point service with 100 percent uptime.
Combining built-in fallback-network capabilities with uplink redundancy and WAN failover, BODi access-network routers offer full assurance of businesses-network survivability for continuity of operations — plus link bonding for aggregated bandwidth and load balancing for traffic management.
The BODi rS family comprises three models initially: The BD007 enterprise WAN failover router, announced today; the BD004 mobile/portable network-survivability router also available for order, and the Head-End-Unit (HEU) BD1000 multi-channel fallback-network VPN router and network hub, expected soon.
Desktop-installed or rack-mounted in the IT closet, the BD007 bonds up to seven 3G/4G/LTE, VSAT/WiFi and WiMAX WAN lines into a unified, high-bandwidth Internet WAN connection that provides network redundancy via wireless backup. By leveraging cost-effective wireless services, businesses can create a “virtual leased line,” adding bandwidth as needed, without the risk of replacing existing T1/E1, DSL or cable connections.
“We are excited to introduce this new technology,” said Brian Lawlor, BODi Product Manager, during CommunicAsia. “BODi delivers immediate cost savings and significant performance improvements. People get it straight away. By providing seamless failover for secure banking — or an automatic, redundant Internet access network for enterprises — BODi helps businesses stay up-and-running… all the time.”
Patton plans a BODi-launch webinar for channel partners, Wednesday 15 August. Sign up…
SOURCE Patton Electronics Company