Rapid Deployment for Public Safety
Deployable within minutes, the RDS Echo offers Public Safety personnel the ability to establish stable and secure communications to headquarters from any emergency site. Equipped with built-in interfaces for WAN, LAN, and Wi-Fi, as well as antennas for cellular and GPS, the RDS Echo can be used in remote and volatile situations.
Instant Connectivity for Temporary Sites
The Pepwave RDS Echo provides you with rapid deployment connectivity from the moment boots hit the ground. Combining the bandwidth of up to 4x Gigabit LTE connections, the RDS Echo provides fast and reliable connectivity regardless of site location. Quickly and safely transmit project data, emails, plans, and blueprints between personnel, sites, and headquarters.
Event Live Streaming and Connectivity
Keep your event connected and your cameras streaming. With support for 4x Gigabit LTE connections, the RDS Echo can keep your event connected no matter where it is held. The RDS Echo has 8x 802.3at PoE ports, so you can simplify your cabling when connecting and powering your devices. It can also deliver 802.11ac Wi-Fi which supports a customizable captive portal with advertisements.
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.