Net1/Ice.net, providing mobile broadband access, VoIP and machine-to-machine services for consumers and businesses in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, will be the first operator to use the MV600 Series Gateway, which Axesstel Inc. calls “the world’s first 4G EV-DO Rev. B 450 MHz Wi-Fi gateway with optional VoIP.”

Says Axesstel CEO Clark Hickock, "With the launch of our first 4G product, we continue to demonstrate our market leading capabilities in developing next-generation products for CDMA 1xEV-DO 450 MHz. The evolution to EV-DO Rev. B enables higher streaming rates for video and audio; quicker upload of pictures, videos, and audio files; and faster mobile broadband for mobile devices.” 

The MV600 Series EV-DO Rev. B Gateways combine wireless WANs, a Wi-Fi wireless LAN router and a four port Ethernet switch to provide wireless broadband data access in one plug-and-play desktop networking device. The IPv6/IPv4 gateways are backward-compatible with CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. 0/A and CDMA2000 1X, and they offer optional SIP Application Support. Also included is a 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi router with four-port Ethernet, five LED indicators (power/signal/connect/1xEV-DO/Wi-Fi), and receive diversity antennas.

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