Ideal for On-The-Go Deployments
Ignition Sensing gives it the ability to turn on and off depending on whether the vehicle has started. Upon vehicle shutdown, the MBX can also shut down after a user-defined interval, saving the battery from excessive drain.
The HD4 MBX also supports the optional SIM Injector, which adds another 8 cellular providers to connect with. This mitigates weak spots in cellular coverage, ensuring consistent connectivity . If your deployment crosses national boundaries, you can also use the SIM Injector to load multiple SIM cards, preventing roaming charges.
FirstNet Ready & ESN Certified
FirstNet (band 14) provides first responders with a specialized LTE network with more priority and network capacity. The HD4 MBX supports band 14, providing additional coverage as the situation demands.
Future Proof Design. Ready for 5G
Right out of the box, the HD4 MBX supports Gigabit LTE. For future technologies, the MBX features a swappable cellular module, so when you need to upgrade to 5G, you can simply swap your old one with a new one. The MBX is also capable of 2.5Gbps of throughput, giving you plenty of bandwidth for Gigabit Ethernet, 5G, or any future mobile technologies.
Speed & Reliability. Brought by SpeedFusion™
SpeedFusion allows users to combine any number of connections together to form a point-to-point link to achieve what others cannot:
- Combine the bandwidth of several mobile connections to form an ultra-fast data link. Sustain bandwidth-hungry and latency sensitive tasks without the need for fixed lines.
- Hot Failover maintains secure tunnels over all available WAN links to keep the network up and running when a connection drops out. If a WAN link fails, SpeedFusion instantly routes traffic to a working tunnel for uninterrupted VoIP sessions.
- SpeedFusion is carrier agnostic and our products are certified with multiple carriers. By combining the coverage network of several mobile carriers, chances of running into a network blindspot or congestion is minimized.
- With the help of WAN smoothing network traffic will be assigned to WAN connection with the lowest latency. Use multiple WAN connections to create a single, jitter-free data stream.