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Published On 10 March 21
A financial corporation in Western Europe.
Provides banking services such as a mortgage, savings, and securities.
As brick and mortar branches are becoming less common due to online banking, this organization has a different approach.
Published On 08 March 21
Providing mobility industry solutions in North America.
Frequently collaborate with leading worldwide telecommunications partners worldwide to provide managed services.
Focused verticals range from government services to education, and even the health sector.
Published On 05 March 21
PCE stands for “Peplink Certified Engineer”. This is a Peplink certification that the certificate holder is knowledgable and skilled in Peplink products and is capable of providing high level technical support.
Published On 01 March 21
802.11n is the original name for a specific generation of Wi-Fi standards that are based on the IEEE’s 802.11 family of standards. Due to its unwieldy name, it has been rebranded as “Wi-Fi 4” and represents the 4th generation of Wi-Fi technology.
Published On 24 February 21
Balance 580X supports a maximum throughput of 4 Gbps, ideal for those who want to future-proof their network for 5G connectivity.
Balance 580 has a maximum throughput of 1.5 Gbps, enabling a gigabit connection.
Published On 17 February 21
Peplink Peplink is our company name that is also used as a brand name for our line of wired routers. Pepwave Pepwave is a brand name for our line of wireless routers. B2B B2B stands for “Business to Business”. This […]
Published On 11 February 21
Q: Do Peplink 5G devices support Sub-6 or mmWave?
A: Peplink devices don’t support mmWave yet, but we are definitely working on it. We do however already have a number of products that support Sub-6.
Published On 10 February 21
Q1) What do SA (standalone) and NSA (non-standalone) stand for?
SA stands for “standalone”. It is used to describe devices and services that utilize core networks built by ISPs/carriers specifically for 5G services.
NSA stands for “non-standalone”. This describes devices and services that utilize existing LTE core networks to connect to 5G cellular networks. This creates a bottleneck at the LTE core network since its capabilities do not match the newer 5G technologies. …
Published On 09 February 21
– Balance 380X supports a maximum throughput of 3 Gbps, ideal for those who want to future-proof their network for 5G connectivity.
– Balance 380 has a maximum throughput of 1 Gbps, enabling a gigabit connection.