DOVADO TINY claims to be the world's smallest 4G/LTE capable USB router, measuring only 20-mm x 58-mm x 87-mm. The device is the latest addition to the wide range of DOVADO routers and is designed for use in,home, office, vehicle or M2M (Machine-to-Machine) environments. Telenor Sweden will be first operator to sell the device in late June.
Mobile broadband connectivity for the DOVADO TINY is supplied via USB dongle, allowing subscribers to use their service on the move as well as a fixed broadband replacement. Furthermore it also allows them to upgrade the mobile broadband modem whenever a new model is made available. The router features an Ethernet LAN port, a WAN port for DSL failover and the latest 802.11n WLAN standard.
One of the strongest features of this USB router is its high throughput 4G/LTE capabilities with support of up to 65 Mbps. It also has the industry-unique ability to re-power the inserted USB modem in order to prolong the uptime of the Internet connection. In all, it supports over 140 different USB modems currently offered worldwide, with nearly two dozen models capable of 21Mbps or 42Mbps using 3G networks as well as 4G/LTE.
Not only is the DOVADO TINY a very price-competitive product which fills the gap between USB modems and local area network routers, it is also simple to configure and resilient both in its stability and performance. It retains its connection around-the-clock using the DOVADO Connection Tracker™ which is able to automatically reset the USB modem where necessary.
SMS notifications can also be sent from the router when usage limits are close to being exceeded or during periods of mobile broadband downtime. It can also be remotely controlled by SMS commands from a whitelisted mobile phone. Firmware updates are available for free from DOVADO or mobile operator websites, and include support for new USB modems, enhancements and exciting eye-catching new features.
For further information: http://www.dovado.com/TINY.
This article originally appeared on EE Times Europe.