Belden Inc. recently announced that its Magnum DX940e industrial cellular router is now backed with Verizon-certified 4G/LTE technology.
The Magnum DX940e industrial cellular router—which comes from Belden’s GarrettCom brand—uses the technology to offer “the most reliable connections over wired and wireless networks in energy facilities and adheres to NERC CIP industry standards by delivering stricter security protocols and extended flexibility,” according to the company announcement.
“Data is traveling further and faster than ever before in today’s industrial markets, which makes it necessary to optimize network reliability and security—especially with the rise in data and compliance standards such as NERC CIP’s requirements,” said Divij Agarwal, product manager at Belden, in the company announcement.
With the Magnum DX940e, teams can ensure data transfer across all networks by:
- Obtaining better connectivity with high-speed Verizon certified 4G/LTE technology for secure remote access.
- Leveraging high-end, robust cybersecurity mechanisms with advanced safety features, IP routing and guaranteed network protection with firewall layers.
- Adhering to evolving industry standards with NERC CIP compliant security elements
The DX940e is ideal for applications that require high-speed and secure data transfer remotely over long distances.
The router is suited for markets that require flexibility to securely connect to remote substations, either wired or wirelessly and depend on a durable and reliable product that can perform even under harsh operating conditions, such as in the utility, transportation and oil and gas industries.
Belden was among the myriad AV signal management companies to show off its newest products during ISE 2019 in Amsterdam in February. The company has also been a regular sponsor for the annual Drunk Unkles charity concert during InfoComm, which is slated this year for June 12 at B.B. King’s in Orlando.