Maryland-May 26, 2004
Teletronics International, Inc. (Teletronics) announced
today its new wireless router. The VERSA series router
is a replacement to Teletronics’ best-selling
CPE router introduced three years ago. This device contains
an AMD SC-520 133MHz CPU and 64MB DRAM with one PCMCIA
slot and one mini-PCI slot supporting any combination
of IEEE 802.11b, g, a, and 802.11a/g radio cards.
With two separate radios operating in selectable frequencies
(2.4 GHz, 5.8 GHz, or other licensed frequencies via
Teletronics’ frequency converters), users can
configure the VERSA series router to work as two virtually
independent access points or as an access point/client
combination for wireless repeating operations. In addition,
the device can be used as a base station or corporate
client station for point-to-point or point-to-multi-point
applications. All are imperative functions for wireless
“With the new VERSA series router, together with
our patented AGC power amplifier, frequency converter,
and EZ-Bridge client station,” Dr. Dickson Fang,
President/CEO said, “we have now created a complete
package for a cost-effect wireless broadband solution
for today’s WISP.”
The VERSA series router contains an abundant set of
networking and security functions including static/dynamic
routing, advanced bandwidth management, NAT, DHCP server/clients,
and firewall. For device management, it provides web-based
configuration, SNMP, firmware upgrade and system log.
Based in Rockville, Maryland with nearly 20 years of
history, Teletronics designs, develops, manufactures,
integrates, and distributes wireless products, services
and system solutions. Teletronics' innovative solutions
provide fixed or mobile wireless connectivity for indoor
or outdoor network nodes for data, voice and video transmissions.
Teletronics’ line of products features broadband,
high-speed, high-capacity transmission equipment and
includes servers, bridges, routers, antennas, amplifiers,
access points, WLAN Cards, modems, and other accessories.
Teletronics' products enable its ISP/WISP customers
to deliver high speed, open access connectivity, and
last 10-mile IP transport services to their clients,
at a fractional cost of DSL or Cable Modem roll-outs.
In addition to hundreds of ISP/WISP clients, Teletronics
has binding exclusivity agreements with public and private
Internet deployment institutions in several countries
around the world.
Nusrat Jamal, 301-309-8500