Robustel

Going Cellular with a VPN Router

Thanks to the global certified HE910-D module, our R3000 Industrial 3G VPN Router quickly passed different approvals such as CE, FCC, and AT&T.

– Chen Xiaojun, CTO

Objectives

Robustel is an innovative company that focuses on providing robust access gateways for the IoT/m2m industry. Their products include an industrial cellular router, gateway, modem, and m2m cloud.

 

Robustel’s R3000 Industrial 3G VPN Router was designed to serve as a bridge for companies that want to provide mobile access to remote sensors, field devices, and IoT “things.” The company’s goal was to create a rugged, cellular router that offered state-of-the-art mobile connectivity for IoT applications.

 

Why Telit?

Robustel chose Telit’s HE910-D module for its global certification and quality performance. The HE910-D has dual SIM redundancy for continuous cellular connections and helps support industrial protocols. This module also provides high speed 3G HSPA+ connectivity up to 21 Mbps. In addition, thanks to Telit’s HE910-D module, Robustel was able to deploy their products globally, allowing them to operate in the U.S., China, across Europe, and anywhere else they need to.

 

Results

With the globally certified HE910-D module from Telit, Robustel’s R3000 Industrial 3G VPN Router quickly passed different approvals such as CE, FCC, IC, PTCRB, GCF, AT&T, Rogers, RCM, Anatel, CG, and E13. This allowed Robustel to deploy their system globally without any regulatory or operational issues.

 

Today, the R3000 has been deployed in more than 80 countries and has a proven track record in the following industries: manufacturing, public sector, energy/utilities, security, financial, retail, transportation, and healthcare. Robustel knows that m2m/IoT can be a fragmented market. That is why they continue to provide comprehensive customization capabilities to meet the unique requirements of different industries.

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