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Posted on May 07 in News-Publicby Ohren TelecomsPrint 


ADSL and 3G router, broadband-over-powerlines equipment and wireless 3G router launched

O-Tel, a new competitor in South Africa’s telecoms landscape, has launched their OBOX service, an all-in-one device that gives businesses DSL and 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi and Ethernet switching, and basic PBX functions in a single box. 

The OBOX includes an ADSL modem, an integrated 3G modem which can be used as an automatic back-up in the event that the ADSL service goes down, Wi-Fi capabilities, VoIP connectivity and a Digital PBX.  The OBOX includes a single FXO port to cater for an incoming PSTN line and provides two analogue extension ports so that the client can connect two analogue telephones to the device.

“The OBOX is a simple solution that allows small businesses to save money on their phone bills while improving the reliability of their telephony and Internet services,” said Mohammad Patel, CEO of O-Tel. “Even if the Telkom line goes down, clients are still connected to the world through 3G and the O-Tel digital network for voice and Internet services.”

The OBOX can be purchased with or without a 3G connection from as little as R2 999 or R175 per month on a lease.

SMC Networks, a global provider of LAN hardware and broadband connectivity devices, has laos launched two new devices in the local market:  its HomePlug AV Ethernet Adapter and a Wireless 3G Broadband Router.

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