One device simultaneously connects to two cellular carriers

Posted By : Nat Bowers
One device simultaneously connects to two cellular carriers

Conel, a subsidiary of B&B Electronics, has expanded its family of wireless routers to include the Conel Bivias v2 industrial cellular router which will be available throughout Europe. Featuring dual, independent communications modules, the router can connect to two different cellular carriers at the same time.

The router can also support two different mobile technologies at the same time, such as UMTS/HSPA+, LTE, or CDMA. If one cellular connection should fail, the router will connect to the alternate cellular carrier in a matter of seconds, providing swift, automatic network backup in a single device.

The Conel Bivias v2 router takes advantage of the fast 4G LTE network data transfer speeds; up to 100Mbit/s for download and 50 Mbit/s for upload.  It is specifically built for industrial M2M applications that demand speed, security and the ability to handle large data loads.  With its 4G LTE capabilities it can serve as the main communications system or as a backup for fixed lines.

Designed for plug-and-play simplicity with extensive remote management, deployment and customisation options, the Conel Bivias v2 router is used to wirelessly connect Ethernet equipment and other devices to the Internet or intranet.  Self-diagnostics, a watchdog capability and the ability to easily create VPN tunnels ensure secure, consistent operation and extremely reliable wireless connections. 

The router aggregates multiple data networking protocols.  Its standard configuration includes a 10/100 Ethernet port, USB host port, binary input/output (I/O) port and dual SIM card holders for network redundancy. The Conel Bivias v2 cellular router also has 2 auxiliary ports for connecting to other types of networks such as additional Ethernet switch ports, serial RS-232/422/485 interfaces and additional Digital/Analog I/O.  The Conel Bivias v2 cellular router is also available with integrated 802.11b/g/n WiFi technology, which allows the Conel Bivias v2 cellular router to serve as a WiFi access Point (AP) or “Hotspot”.


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