ESN Certifies Peplink Routers for Use on Network
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 | Comments

Peplink announced that its wireless routers were certified by the United Kingdom’s Emergency Services Network (ESN). The routers are now approved for use in the country’s fleet of first responders and emergency services vehicles.

The ESN is the U.K.’s next-generation critical communications infrastructure. It aims to improve the country’s mobile network for emergency services, especially in remote areas and at times of network congestion. It will create a single seamless platform for critical communications, connecting 300,000 frontline emergency service users operating 50,000 vehicles, 115 aircrafts and 200 control rooms.

Peplink’s MBX router leverages the bandwidth of multiple connections concurrently to establish high-speed connectivity. In the event that one of the mobile networks encounters a slow and spotty connection, the MBX also safeguards connectivity by seamlessly switching over to other links.

“Peplink is committed to providing unbreakable and secure connectivity to customers,” said Keith Chau, Peplink’s general manager. “Over the years, Peplink has come to be trusted by public-safety agencies and emergency services around the world, including the U.K. By obtaining ESN certification with the MBX, emergency services users now have a highly reliable, high-performance and highly trusted wireless router that they can depend on.”

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