Nomadix Launches Next-gen Gateway AG 5900
AUSTIN, TX: Nomadix, provider of public access gateways has recently delivered the AG5900 Internet access gateway to make life simple and easy for businesses of all kinds. The new release is a high-performance solution that extends a wired or Wi-Fi network to create public Internet access network.
Without any change in hardware or software, AG5900 supports 300 to 8,000 devices at a time. The new Internet access gateway is designed to meet the increased bandwidth demands and to manage the flow of Internet traffic.
“There is enormous pressure on hoteliers to keep up with guest expectations and usage patterns. Because many guests decide where to stay based on the quality of their Internet experience, slow or unreliable service can cause lost business and damaged reputations. For this reason, hotels and other hospitality entities are under increasing pressure to meet the demands being placed upon them- demands that are growing more intense as more and more guests carry multiple devices,” says Fred Reeder, Chief Commercial and Operating Officer, Nomadix.
The AG 5900 which is operational with a range of bandwidth protection and management tools stretches bandwidth utilization to the maximum to ensure the quality of the connection and each user gets fair access to bandwidth. “The high throughput of the AG 5900 allows hotels and other venues to meet bandwidth demands, and its conservation and management technologies extend the life of their existing level of connectivity,” adds Fred.
The AG 5900 is built on general-market computer platforms that have only one moving part, the fan, unlike other Internet access solutions. Also, its real-time, multi-tasking operating system allows the gateway to run faster using less processing power. Apart from all these, the AG 5900 enablesto centrally monitor responsible usage and set policies to securely manage user access.
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