Unbelievable, what bonding DSL, UMTS and LTE makes possible

While in the past, connectivity solutions were especially fit for classic corporate networks with several sites, a distinctly increasing number of applications nowadays need a highly reliable broadband connection, e.g. project management for construction sites, live video transmissions of broadcasting companies, and also new products of Internet Service Providers. Frank Ruge, Chief Sales Officer at Viprinet, provides insight into the manifold fields of application for Viprinet technology which can be configured flexibly for each usage scenario owing to its modularity.

Also, feel free to visit the download section of our website and download our whitepaper on the topic "Viprinet for business-critical applications" in order to learn in how many diverse industries Viprinet has already been successfully deployed.

Bonding as a key to many fields of application

Time and again, we are surprised in which fields of application our routers, hubs and services can be used. We already have a lot of imagination concerning what can be done with a Multichannel VPN Router - our customers astonish us yet again. Viprinet has evolved from a supplier of equipment in classic site networking business to a specialist for the integration of stationary and mobile units into corporate networks and the Internet.

To really be able to offer the right solution for every application, Viprinet supports - as sole provider worldwide - the bonding of a wide variety of WAN media, such as DSL, UMTS / 3G, LTE / 4G, cable, satellite and WiMAX, either with native modems (DSL, 3G / UMTS / HSPA+, CDMA, 4G / LTE), or via Ethernet. Only by this diversity - in conjunction with the unique principle of Viprinet bonding - can you complete all WAN connectivity tasks using a single technology. Below, we have compiled the most important WAN application areas - feel free to check whether you can find the WAN networking solution you need. If not, ask our experts - they live to meet challenges.

 

Saving lives by remote diagnosis

Early and appropriate treatment in medical emergencies can save lives and minimize long-term harm. Ideally, treatment should start in the ambulance while it is on its way to the hospital. Furthermore, if the patient has a potentially serious condition, directing them to the appropriate hospital and unit is also vital, so the medical team there can ensure that the necessary treatment resources are available. This is where telemedicine and eHealth solutions come into play. Transmitting relevant patient data like physiological parameters to specialists in the hospital, and making it possible for the ambulance crew to stream high-definition video from the ambulance facilitates major improvements in patient care. Falck Group, a leading
Nordic-based health solution company with a global presence in 45 countries, has equipped ambulances in Denmark with Viprinet technology to enable the transmission of diagnostic information including live video images directly to medical professionals.​


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E-Learning sped up

Slow Internet speeds and frequent outages were the major hurdles stopping Emmanuel Anglican College (EAC) from transitioning to a digital learning platform. Situated in Ballina in northern NSW, EAC’s regional location meant the school was literally positioned at the very end of serviceable ADSL, meaning connectivity was extremely cumbersome and unreliable. To achieve the school’s goals of enabling online learning for their students, EAC turned to Viprinet and their Australasian partner Wired Sky for the solution.


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Connecting a North Sea island

The island of Wangerooge in the German North Sea is not only a good place for travelers or sea birds. Here, the Institute of Oceanography of the University of Hamburg operates a measuring station for the WERA-system to monitor surface current velocities, ocean wave height and wind with the help of HF radar waves at different places at the North Sea. As the station was installed in 2009, the carrier attached great importance to a reliable data transfer. Moreover, the new technology should provide steady remote access for maintenance operations. Thus, a Viprinet solution was chosen.


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