Option, a global leader in wireless connectivity, security and experience, establishes its credentials as an LTE provider with the launch of Beemo, its new, ultrafast, quad-band 4G LTE USB modem.
Beemo brings best-in-class 4G. It sets itself apart through its stylish design, high quality and great performance. It has proven superior heat dissipation and delivers exceptionally fast quad-band (800/900/1800/2600 MHz) connectivity. Beemo comes with an external antenna connector that enables users to improve the signal in areas with low signal strength.
Beemo has Option’s connection manager uCAN Connect 3.0 on board, which reduces the management costs associated with installing separate third-party connection management firmware and provides simple support for different branded skins, languages and settings. This will enable operators to target different market segments with a customised experience. Beemo can also be equipped with an operators’ own connection manager software.
“With Beemo, Option again shows its commitment to bring mobile solutions with a purpose to market,” said Jan Callewaert CEO at Option.
“Its ultrafast LTE makes it easy for mobile users to handle high-quality streaming media and bandwidth intensive applications.”
Option is a global leader in wireless connectivity, security and experience. Option enhances the performance, functionality and usability of wireless communications through a portfolio of 3G, 4G HSPA/LTE and WLAN connectivity solutions. The company works with mobile operators, OEMs, retailers and enterprise customers to create compelling products that enable new connected and secure services. Option is headquartered in Belgium, with further R&D facilities in Germany and an ISO 9001 production engineering and logistics facility in Ireland. Option maintains offices in Europe, the US, Greater China, Japan and Australia. More at www.option.com
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February 25, 2019