Dejero Network Aggregation Device Receives FirstNet Ready Certification
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 | Comments

Dejero, a provider of critical connectivity solutions that deliver high-quality live video and real-time data over IP, announced that its GateWay network aggregation devices received FirstNet Ready approval and are now available for use on FirstNet.

The Dejero GateWay M6E6F and 211 devices deliver reliable wireless connectivity for applications such as voice, video and data communications while in nomadic or mobile environments, as well as adding wireless connectivity to fixed locations.

Aggregating diverse connectivity paths from multiple providers, including FirstNet, the GateWay devices use Dejero Smart Blending technology to deliver enhanced reliability, expanded coverage and greater bandwidth.

The GateWay devices, which are FirstNet Ready, support access to the physically separate and dedicated FirstNet network core, which enables FirstNet First Priority capabilities, including always-on priority and, for first responders, pre-emption, and the FirstNet Band 14 spectrum.

As part of the agreement through the FirstNet Embedded Internet of Things (IoT) Program, a program that combines FirstNet Ready devices with FirstNet to create a single, end-to-end solution for a single monthly fee for first responders, public-safety agencies and the extended community, the Dejero GateWay networking aggregation devices will include FirstNet connectivity.

“To be part of this FirstNet Embedded IoT Program, knowing that our connectivity technology is aiding mission-critical operations on such a scale, is incredibly important to us,” said Bogdan Frusina, founder of Dejero. “The capabilities we offer to public safety and federal agencies further cements our commitment to their always on, always available critical connectivity needs in the field.”

Unlike a failover solution, Dejero provides session persistence while simultaneously leveraging multiple network paths to keep teams reliably connected in the most challenging environments. The first of their kind available on the FirstNet network, Dejero GateWay devices aggregate multiple network services into a single virtual network of networks. In addition to providing greater reliability, it expands the coverage area and combines bandwidth from the multiple connections to achieve up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps) upload and 250 Mbps download speeds.

“FirstNet embedded solutions go through extensive review to meet our highest standards for reliability, security and performance,” said Scott Agnew, assistant vice president, product marketing, FirstNet Program at AT&T. “The more tools public safety has access to on their networks, the more we can help them achieve their mission.”

Before being certified and approved for use on FirstNet, devices and solutions are subject to hundreds of tests that cover a number of aspects, from security and durability to network impacts. This helps make sure that they can meet the needs of first responders.

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