New 4G router from CA Clase
CA Clase has developed a new SatFi 4G router to keep boaters connected while away from home.
The router has been designed for the marine environment, tested by CA Clase in marinas both in the UK and abroad with ‘outstanding results’ said leisure marine sales manager Paul Childs.
“Users can be connected while cruising coastal areas or moored at their favourite anchorage meaning they can work or play while onboard avoiding slow marina WiFi,” he said.
“While testing in Cannes and Monaco we proved this router is capable of streaming movies as well as downloading emails and taking care of business, enabling uses to work remotely.”
The SatFi 4G comes in a standard version or PRO model, which includes a low profile, high performance MIMO antenna allowing users to push further afield and still receive signal.
CA Clase also provides airtime for the device with a range of plans designed around data needs.
The company’s range of multi network EU roaming SIMs are designed for customers and applications where it is critical to have an internet connection available 24/7.
The SIM cards have no preferred network so can connect to the strongest 4G signal whether on UK waters or abroad.
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