Will 4G Industrial Routers Be Eliminated?

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5G is developing, there are more and more 5g router with sim card slot. So will 4G industrial routers be eliminated?

4G industrial routers and 5g router with sim card slot are two different concepts. Although 5G networks are faster, 4G industrial routers still have great advantages in many scenarios. For example, smart manufacturing, Internet of Things, smart cities and other fields all need to use industrial routers. Many devices in these industries communicate based on 4G networks. If 4G industrial routers are eliminated, these devices will need to be replaced, and the cost will be very high. At the same time, 4G industrial routers are constantly introducing new technologies and functions, such as remote monitoring, data collection, IoT cloud platform, etc., making their application range wider. To sum up, 4G industrial routers will not be eliminated, and they still have an important position and role in many industries.

The H685 and H900 are two different industrial routers from E-Lins. Both the H685 and H900 series have 4G and 5G versions. H685 series is a mini industrial-grade router, while H900f is an industrial-grade router with rich interfaces. Both routers have high speed and stability, which can meet the needs of many application scenarios. They enable high-speed data transmission and stable connections. It also supports multiple VPN protocols, including IPSec, PPTP, L2TP, GRE, etc., which can ensure the security of data transmission. In addition, it also supports a variety of serial port protocols, including RS232, RS485, etc., which can easily communicate with other devices.

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