Digi Launches World’s First Carrier-agile M2M Routers with Gobi 4G LTE Technology

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Digi Launches World's First Carrier-agile M2M Routers with Gobi 4G LTE Technology

TransPort® M2M Routers add Gobi chipset to support multiple North American carriers with a single device.

Digi International today announced that its TransPort family of M2M Routers now support Gobi 4G LTE. They are the first M2M routers that give customers the ability to connect to either Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint’s 2G, 3G and 4G networks across North America using a single device.

The addition of Gobi 4G LTE adds a new level of versatility for the family’s existing 4G LTE line up, including the Digi TransPort WR21, Digi TransPort WR41, and Digi TransPort WR44.

The routers easily and reliably connect a broad set of geographically distributed devices such as ATMs, kiosks, vending machines, digital signs, smart grid equipment, and industrial controllers. Companies can now quickly scale their M2M deployments across North America, without worrying about what carrier and network type is best for each location.

“As anyone with a cellphone knows, 3G and 4G LTE coverage can vary widely among carriers and locations,” said Jeff Liebl, chief marketing officer at Digi International.

“Now, one product gives you the choice of three networks, making it easier than ever to deploy, manage, and scale cellular device networks throughout North America with confidence.”

Digi TransPort M2M Routers are fully programmable and upgradeable enterprise level 3G and 4G LTE remote communications solutions. They are ideal for transportation, retail, POS, utilities, energy, medical, financial, digital signage, cellular backup, and remote device connectivity applications. These multi-function cellular routers feature an integrated VPN, enterprise security and routing protocol support in a rugged flexible design with optional integrated Wi-Fi access point (with multi SSID) / Client, USB, serial and 4-port Ethernet switch, as well as a variety of configuration options including multiple serial ports (async or sync), GPS or I/O telemetry modules.

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