By using BEC CMS for their video and data services since 2009, Germantown Telephone of New York was able to read the connection and LAN data from the BEC 7402 (BiPAC 8521 R3) GTM units they deployed in the field. BECloud helped them troubleshoot a large portion of their subscriber related issues. Also, the remote firmware functionality of the BEC CMS allowed them an easy option for upgrading or changing subscriber’s service without a massive truck roll.
Scatter Creek InfoNet is a local service provider serving several counties in southern Washington State. They selected BEC 7402 (BiPAC 8521 R3) routers to support their Internet services since 2007. Scatter Creek InfoNet leverages BEC CMS as the tool for monitoring and managing their subscriber’s modems and services to identify each customer’s IP address, DSL connection data, and wireless information. Scatter Creek InfoNet plans to expand further the usage of CMS to be a part of their customer operations.
First International Trading is one of the largest and the oldest IT distributors in Australia/ South Australia. " More and more people are asking for Billion’s modems in Australia, especially BiPAC 7800NXL. The Broadcom chip with triple-WAN ports for 3G/4G LTE, ADSL2+, Gigabit Ethernet WAN (EWAN) of BiPAC 7820NZ provides broadband connectivity and excellent wireless coverage for home and business users. Australian love Billion’s modems and Billion has become one of the most popular modem brands in Australia."
One of the leading telecommunication company and Internet service provider in Bahrain used Billion’s BiPAC 7820NZ, embedded with Dual-SIM Slots with DSL2+ Wireless-N VPN to provide a robust solution that allows their business customers to provision back up links on a 4G (LTE) mobile network. BiPAC 7820NZ securely extends wireless mobility to any 4G LTE location, providing a backup solution that ensures the continuity of business flows and prevents data loss during the rare case of broadband circuit failure.
Every transaction happening at multiple Starbucks branch stores, including customer info (credit card, cash or Easy Card) will be transmitted back to Headquarter of Starbuck Taiwan for centralized management via ADSL-MPLS with VPN. BiPAC 7800GZ provides both ADSL and 3G, so when the MPLS VPN is disconnected, all info will be transmitted to HQ through 3G Internet with IP Sec VPN service to keep data transmission secured. When the ADSL-MPLS comes back to work, the 3G embedded router can switch the connection back from 3G Internet to ADSL-MPLS to reduce costs.