Evolution of LTE/5G technology is prompting many companies to explore the possibility of deploying cellular edge networks for existing business segments to streamline operations, increase output, and ultimately improve bottom lines.
Learn how you can ensure that your network will be agile enough to meet these demands.
Cyber attacks can cause network failure for IoT devices. D-Link extends security beyond protecting sensitive information with dual-SIM (quad-SIM for vehicle applications) Routers for redundancy to ensure uninterrupted connectivity for mission-critical applications.
Mission-critical applications are downtime intolerant. Automated network task services alleviate administrators of routine tasks, allotting more time for network monitoring and preventive maintenance. D-ECS also features automatic failure detection and alerts to resolve network issues quickly and efficiently.
D-ECS takes scalability to a higher standard with Zero Touch Deployment using cloud management for effortless network expansions. Able to support a virtually unlimited number of edge devices, D-ECS is ideal for managing LTE/5G networks.
D-ECS enables a comprehensive view of network infrastructure at a glance with real-time monitoring and status reports. All edge device locations are also conveniently shown in an integrated Google map display.
The D-ECS software platform utilises 5G-native architecture, which is compatible with future integrations of 5G devices.
Compatible with a wide array of M2M and IoT devices, D-ECS portal allows operators to effortlessly deploy, configure, monitor, troubleshoot, and manage multiple networks remotely via a web portal with efficiency.
Gain an extensive understanding of your private network at a glance through real time diagnostics, usage analytics and status reports. Enable control and analytics of a broad or fine granularity which can be presented in a variety of formats.
D-ECS is an advanced EaaS (Edge as a Service) cloud computing platform designed to help MSPs, SMBs and enterprises manage a variety of M2M devices via protocols such as: