February 18th, 2014 – Taipei, Taiwan – Billion Electric Co., Ltd. (Taiex: 3027, trading as Billion), a leading supplier in network communication and energy management solutions officially launches a new cutting-edge dual-SIM 3G/4G LTE mobile broadband router – BiPAC 7820NZ. Its uniquely embedded dual-SIM card slot enables users to enjoy constant and seamless Internet experience by simply plugging 3G/4G LTE SIM cards into its built-in SIM slots without the needs of additional 3G/4G LTE USB modems. It is perfectly suitable for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications in industries ranging from automotive, agriculture, construction, healthcare, logistics, retail services, public safety, and transportation.
“Foreseeing the vigorous development of 3G/4G LTE networking equipment, Billion takes the lead to officially launch uniquely embedded dual-SIM mobile broadband router – BiPAC 7820NZ, offering industrial and commercial users constant and seamless 3G/4G LTE Internet experience,” said Ben Chen, Director of Billion Electric. “It is especially suitable for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications in industries which highly demand for reliable network connectivity such as ATM system, surveillance, and POS system in order to realize industrial automation, management and control optimization. Featured with secure VPN functionalities, the BiPAC 7820NZ also assists industrial users to manage automatic system as well as sales and inventory control system. At the same time, users can manage and control the real-time data flow of their chain stores instantly.”
Although 3G/4G LTE standard has become the most popular wireless data communications technologies in the market, Billion BiPAC 7820NZ enables users to easily switch to different generation of wireless data communications standard without the fear of losing connection, enjoying the downstream rates of up to 100Mbps. Therefore, users can enjoy multi-media experience such as watching movies, downloading music, accessing e-mail or activating VoIP calls wherever 3G/4G LTE connection is available. Additionally, its IPSec VPN (Virtual Private Network) protocols allow users to establish an encrypted private connection of up to 16 simultaneous tunnels over the Internet. Office users can securely transmit sensitive data between remote sites and their company anytime, thus enhancing overall productivity.
It is not expected that the Billion 7820NZ will be available in the UK until 2015 and the price for this model is expected to be quite high at £375.00 compared to existing M2M Dual SIM 4G Routers with similar features such as the Proroute DS420 Dual SIM 4G M2M Router which is around £225.00 and ticks more boxes when it comes to M2M installations.