September 23, 2014
Multi-service access router provider OneAccess today launched the One1540-4G router, a platform that is designed to help telecommunications and cloud and managed communication service providers bolster their business continuity offerings.
These telecom providers can use the One1540-4G router to “add LTE connectivity to the growing list of access technologies they can integrate on the multi-path wide area networks (WANs) of small and medium-sized business (SMB) and enterprise customers,” according to OneAccess.
“Unlike larger vendors, we work with operators directly and collaboratively to design and manufacture multi-service access solutions suited to their specific requirements,” OneAccess Chief Marketing Officer Pravin Mirchandani said in a prepared statement. “By providing a bonded LTE WAN link, operators can harness the new cellular standard to beef up their business continuity offering, for example, or increase the performance of their customers’ cloud applications infrastructure by using the LTE link to load balance the network.”
OneAccess noted the One1540-4G router’s ability to deliver a bonded LTE link on a WAN ensures telecom service providers can continuously deliver business-critical applications.
The One1540-4G router also provides a single, centrally managed application delivery platform, OneAccess said, that allows these companies to offer managed network services.
What types of companies can leverage the new OneAccess router?
OneAccess noted the One1540-4G router is ideal for companies in industries that require consistent network performance to maintain their daily operations, including:
The One1540-4G delivers automatic failover to LTE, which enables telecom service providers to extend their business continuity commitments to cover peak traffic periods when failover to legacy cellular standards could overload a network and interrupt service.
“We have purpose-designed the One1540-4G to enable operators to think laterally about how they can extend their network service delivery to customers,” Mirchandani added. “By deploying a One1540-4G they can immediately deliver a high-bandwidth LTE link of up to 150Mbp/s which will automatically switch over to a fiber link when cabling is completed, retaining the LTE link as a best-of-breed business continuity failover.”
OneAccess has sold at least 1 million routers and supports 125 telecom service providers worldwide.
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