GAITHERSBURG, MD., Aug. 8, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Patton Electronics (www.patton.com) announced today the innovative BODi rS transportable wireless-WAN Internet router.
By outfitting busses, trucks, vans, RVs, cars–even seagoing vessels–with Patton’s BODi rS mobile hotspot router, any mobile enterprise can leverage the most cost-effective WAN services available to serve customers with local WiFi access and broadband Internet on-the-go.
In a single cost-effective device, the BD004 provides a local wireless-mesh access point combined with mobile 3G/4G wireless-WAN connectivity based on seamless multi-network bonding and roaming. Patton has already begun taking orders for the mobile/portable BD004 3G/4G multi-network bonding router.
Patton’s innovative BODi rS technology aggregates up to seven 3G/4G/LTE, VSAT/WiFi and WiMAX links into a unified WAN connection. For vehicle-based businesses, the BD004 offers an ideal portable mobile-WAN solution that provides broadband Internet access with transparent
multi-network roaming that spans all available carriers.
Ocean liners, luxury coaches–virtually any mobile business–can use the one-box BODi solution to offer their customers local WiFi mesh service, protected by secure-encrypted firewall while ensuring survivable Internet connectivity via seamless multi-WAN routing with transparent bandwidth-on-demand.By bonding up to seven fixed/mobile links, the BODi product line offers mobile, transportable, on-demand bandwidth aggregation for mobile enterprises of all sizes–with 100 percent up-time.
Seagoing vessels can employ Patton’s BODi rS technology to leverage cost-effective 3G/4G/WiFi WAN services in harbor, then transparently handoff to VSAT WAN service while at sea, delivering seamless, survivable wireless WAN-access to passengers.
“With the BODi product line, Patton brings a unique mobile broadband experience to market,” said Burton A. Patton, EVP. “These powerful devices combine several wireless and fully-mobile broadband modems in a single mobile-router platform, then add a mobile WiFi hotspot and mobile WiFi WAN–all in a fully integrated system.”
The BODi rS BD004 combines built-in dual WiFi access point (WAP) with a 4-port Ethernet switch, plus 4 USB connections and 2 fast Ethernet ports for WAN access
Wednesday 15 August, Patton will host a channel-partner webinar about the BODi launch.
More at www.patton.com