Promote and sell 4G/LTE services and products in over 500 Kiosk sales points nationwide
A leading telecommunication company in Central and South America has significantly invested in acquiring 4G/LTE bands to fulfill the needs of high-speed internet for customers. The company would like to promote and sell 4G/LTE services and products in over 500 Kiosk sales points nationwide to speed up the service and generate revenue.
Wired connectivity for Kiosks may not be available or easily provisioned in some areas. The kiosk is often relocated to meet the community change, so the lack of flexibility becomes the primary challenge of Kiosk deployment. The company would like to connect Kiosk to an ERP system in the head office to transmit transaction data from and to the 500 sales points. Thus, a 24/7 high-security data transmission and stable internet connection are essential. To achieve the goal of building over 500 sales points, the company was looking for a reliable 4G LTE Multi-WAN solution suitable for the Kiosk location that can operate regardless of the availability of wired connectivity. The VPN connection was also required to secure the business transaction between Kiosk and the head office.
How Billion Solution Helped
Billion provided BiPAC 4500NZ, 4G/LTE Wireless Failover VPN router, to be installed at each sales point. In case there was no wired connection, Kiosk was able to use the 4G interface of 4500NZ as back up to set up an internet connection with 4G/LTE. After the wired connection became available again, BiPAC 4500NZ could connect back to the web-based ERP by using Giga EWAN to provide consistently reliable data transmission services. Besides, BiPAC 4500NZ was capable of building IPSEC VPN tunnels to connect to the head office and all the ERP transaction data via encryption to ensure secure data transmission is always online.
During the user application, Billion 4500NZ featured four LAN ports accumulated; two LAN ports were connected to laptops for ERP access, the third LAN port was attached to the signage TV, and the last LAN port supported the operation of the digital printer to fulfill the Kiosk application infrastructure. 4G LTE and Giga EWAN interface design satisfied the operation of high-speed TV signage video streaming and data downloading.
Billion 4G/LTE router supports both wired and 4G/LTE connection. The network can be set up flexibly whether the wired connection is available or not. Kiosks can be easily relocated to other locations when needed.
High Availability and Redundancy
Billion 4G/LTE routers support multi-WAN connectivity that actively monitors the primary and backup connection to enable automatic failover between Giga EWAN and 4G/LTE. When the primary WAN interface fails, the secondary WAN interface automatically backs up the connection, allowing the central WAN interface to restore in time and minimize service interruption.
Highly Secured and Protected
Billion 4G/LTE solution supports IPSEC VPN to build private and encrypted transmission tunnels in which secure information transmission is guaranteed between the Kiosk office and Headquarter over the public internet.
““Billion’s 4G/LTE product provides flexible and reliable internet solutions, helping us build a seamless Kiosk model and surpass our competitors,” said Product Line Manger at the leading telecommunication company in Central and South America.
Dual-SIM LTE Embedded V/ADSL2+ Wireless-N VPN Firewall Router
> IPv6 ready (IPv4/IPv6 dual stack)
> Triple-WAN approach –VDSL2, ADSL2+, LTE or Ethernet WAN for broadband connectivity
> LTE embedded with dual-SIM card slots and CAT 6 (DL up to 300Mbps and UL up to 50Mbps, Carrier Aggregation) is supported.
> 5-port 10/100/1000 Mbps switch
> Ethernet port #5 can be configured as a WAN interface for broadband connectivity
> Auto failover feature to ensure an always-on connection
> 16 IPSec VPN tunnels supported
> Secure VPN with powerful DES/3DES/AES
> Wireless speed of up to 300Mbps
> 802.11n Wireless Access Point with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), Wi-Fi > Protected Access (WPA-PSK/ WPA2-PSK) and Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)