BEC’s Protocol Defined-Services delivers intelligent endpoint based protocol specification and WAN management for business-critical applications and services. The ability to define and segment traffic between WAN interfaces ensures priority over non-critical applications and services, ultimately providing a level of QoS (Quality of Service) for your network. Users have granular control to define policies by IP address, MAC address and pre-defined list of common application and services. Protocol Defined-Services is one of the key advantages of our multi WAN capable LTE platforms, strengthening our efforts to offer complete solutions that create value and business growth opportunities for our customers.
Every IT manager knows that at some point, IT equipment will be offline and need a way to be brought back online. Out-Of-Band Management is a tool for IT administrators with many locations to manage remotely. It is a value added and secure backup feature for the IT administrators when the primary network goes down.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) creates a secure "tunnel" across the Internet between you and your office, a VPN provider, or your home. Businesses use VPNs to connect remote datacenters, and individuals can use VPNs to get access to network resources when they're not physically on the same LAN, or as a method for securing and encrypting their communications when they're using an untrusted public network. BEC MX-200 and MX-1000 router comes with VPN features to enable remote access that will free you to have extra devices. Moreover, with BEC MX-200 and MX1000 router you will get full complete VPN solutions with 4G LTE failover & failback in secure and reliable network connectivity.
The reliable and constant internet connectivity is very important for today’s business. Unexpected network downtime can cost your business on everything from lost sales, reputation, productivity, and many more. Therefore, BEC Technologies believes in protecting business continuity with Multi-WAN connectivity, Auto and True Seamless Failover Functionality to ensure maximum connectivity and minimum service interruption.
Load balancing is especially important for networks where it's difficult to predict the number of requests that will be issued to a server. Load balancing aims to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload of any single resource. Also, it balances traffic across multiple ISP links to ensure Internet continuity and availability, even during ISP outages. It balances outbound traffic intelligently, so users have Internet access whenever they need it.
PCI Security Standards are technical and operational requirements set by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) to protect cardholder data. The standards apply to all entities that store, process or transmit cardholder data – with requirements for software developers and manufacturers of applications and devices used in those transactions. The Council is responsible for managing the security standards, while compliance with the PCI set of standards is enforced by the founding members of the Council, American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB, MasterCard and Visa Inc.
This paper explores how FirstNet creates an opportunity for carriers to enhance services that support local public safety agencies and first responders by using equipment specifically designed for mission-critical operations, and how the MX-1000 can become the basis of a bridge strategy for future integration with the FirstNet Band 14 network.
During the webinar, we discussed key considerations for selecting the right device architecture in your transition to LTE from 2G. Considerations such as: LTE Application Interfaces, Antenna Options, Device Security, Migration Steps, and Device Remote Management.
With the increasing popularity of LTE capable mobile Internet devices and data extensive applications, bandwidth delivery becomes a challenging task for mobile operators. Not only do operators have to invest in acquiring LTE radio spectrums and expand network capacity, they must also look into providing quality UE or customer premise devices that incorporate advanced antenna technologies to generate maximum data rate from existing bandwidth. Although most antenna designs for today’s 4th Generation fixed mobile broadband CPE devices are already targeting high bandwidth, high-gain and long reach applications. Many designs leverage on low cost, multi-band off-the-shelf antennas that performs poorly in high data critical applications.
As operators continue to bring more and more advanced IP services to customers, the new generation of residential gateways will need to continue its evolution to address those services. Residential gateway hardware and software designs should be taken into the consideration of not only supporting current services, but also future services and technologies. In addition, BEC understands that a residential gateway sits at a customer’s home and is considered the first product that operator’s customers experienced. Due to this unique strategic position, a residential gateway is required to bring an impression of quality service and user friendliness.
LTE Quality of Service (QoS) has become an important part of network planning & design when deploying 4G/LTE fixed broadband wireless for data & voice services. There are subscribers who use LTE services for critical operations (e.g. voice calls, bank transactions, hospital operations), and there are subscribers just want to enjoy premium Internet & applications experiences. LTE was designed to meet these increased data and application demands with reliable connections and low cost of deployment. A best case scenario would feature a highly-flexible QoS framework that is built to withstand future challenges. Advanced LTE QOS defines priorities for certain customers or services during congestion.
IPTV & High Bandwidth services are a valuable source of revenue for wire line service providers. While VDSL2 provides significantly more bandwidth than ADSL2+, it also challenges the copper loop more because it uses a higher frequency spectrum. VDSL2 present greater technical challenges by requiring both faster bit rates and higher line quality. Today, many operators leverage VDSL2 technology to provide those premium services. As VDSL2 deployments are soaring and with every increase in rate, copper lines become more vulnerable to noise and stability problems......