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GetWireless Offers Peplink/Pepwave to North American Resellers

By Ken Briodagh February 23, 2017

Regular WAN, or wide area network, is becoming problematic in the IoT, mostly because of the growing complexity of networks and rapidity of deployments. SD-WAN, or software-defined wide area networks, might represent a path to the solution, and several companies are getting on board.

According to a recent announcement, GetWireless has added its Peplink/Pepwave family of products to its portfolio of cellular IoT solutions for value-added resellers, system integrators, network operators, and OEM’s in North America. GetWireless has fully on-boarded the Peplink products and will provide pre-sale consultation and post-sale support for potential and future customers of the products, according to the announcement.

Peplink has set itself the goal of creating the most reliable and user-friendly routers in the IoT industry, the company stated. Pursuant to that end, it has developed multi-WAN VPN bonding (SD-WAN) routers and multi-capability access points that present a UI with a straightforward and intuitive Web interface and a wide range of features. From remote employees in a home or satellite office, to enterprise branch networks at the hub, Peplink  is already helping thousands of customers migrate from traditional wired WAN to SD-WAN solutions, which is designed to help its customers find increased bandwidth, higher WAN reliability, and lower costs.

“GetWireless is excited to offer the Peplink products to our reseller community,” said Brian Taney, CEO of GetWireless. “We see these innovative products as a great addition to our product portfolio as they address some failover and networking features that are critically important to the enterprise marketplace.”

Rising costs and levels of complexity need to be addressed, and soon. It’s possible that solutions might be found in SD-WAN technology, as was recently written about by Mike Wood, VP, VeloCloud on SDWANResource.com.

GetWireless seems to be getting ahead of the curve, and perhaps it’s time for the rest of us to catch up. 




Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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