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We believe that 5G is the future of telecommunications and mobile networks. It is as revolutionary and groundbreaking if not more so than 3G was. This is because it will enable a number of technologies that have been held back by the capabilities of previous generations of mobile networks. Once 5G networks around the world are in place and providing millimetre wave networks, industries such as IoT, mobile gaming, and augmented reality will flourish. But just remember that 5G does have its own limitations. While mmWaves do provide incredibly fast download and upload speeds, it comes at the expense of stability and reliability. At some frequencies, even the leaves on trees or rain can cause disconnects.
Focusing on wireless SD-WAN technologies since 2006, Peplink has been preparing for 5G’s arrival all the way back in 2017 when they launched their 5G-ready EPX router. Since then, they have continued to develop their 5G capable hardware so that users all over the world can easily transition to 5G. In addition to that, Peplink has revamped our WAN bonding and hot failover to be 5G compatible. So no matter which 5G frequency you are on, you can rest assured that you will have a stable and fast internet connection.
5G (NSA) Sub 6Ghz
n1, n2, n3, n5, n7, n8, n12, n20, n28, n38, n41, n66, n71, n77, n78, n79
|n7||2600||Australia (Vodafone), New Zealand (Spark)|
|n40||2300||Australia (Optus), Saudi Arabia (stc)|
|n41||2500||Saudi Arabia (stc, Zain)|
|n78||3500||Australia, Bahrain, Israel, Kuwait, New Zealand, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates,|
|n28||700||South Africa (Vodacom)|
5G can reach speeds 10x faster than 4G LTE. Download movies in just seconds. Learn more about the 5G Technology and the amazing devices Peplink has ready for the 5G era. All devices are upgradable to upcoming technologies with modular interfaces.
Another technology at work during the transmission of data is our hot failover. The way it works is that when you lose connection to your WAN, the hot failover will seamlessly transfer your connection to an alternative WAN. This is done in a way that ensures that you not only maintain connection to your persistent session, but you might not even realize that it happened. With 5G’s higher radio frequencies, losing connection may become more common but with hot failover, you won’t need to worry about it
Where hot failover maintains integrity of your persistent sessions, WAN Smooth- ing maintains that your sessions are jitter-free. WAN Smoothing utilizes intelligent algorithms to detect packet loss and to immediately replace the lost pack- ets. Other methods of mitigating packet loss such as FEC are also deployed to ensure that your sessions are completely jitter-free. And although 5G promises sub 1ms latencies, it doesn’t prevent packet loss so on its own, 5G will still have jitters.
Bandwidth bonding combines data at the packet level, giving a single user the ability to use all of the bandwidth from bonded connections. This is useful when bandwidth is scarce or if you are in need of bandwidth capabilities beyond what a single connection can provide. This is particularly important during this transitional period from 4G to 5G because Peplink’s bandwidth bonding is capable of bonding 4G and 5G connections together to give you both the speed of 5G and the stability of 4G.
monitors network bandwidth usage and switches to the most suitable connection as bandwidth usage changes. This allows network users to access high bandwidth connections when needed or switch to less costly connections when bandwidth usage is low. The result is a more optimised connection.
4×4 MIMO 5G ready cellular antenna system with GPS receiver.
5-in-1 cellular and W-Fi antenna system with GPS receiver.
2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi dual band antenna.
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