Here is some background if you want to chat about it (sorry I would send in some audio comments but I can't get any recording done today) ... I have both the Junxion Box JB110b and the Kyocera KR1. But I've been using the Junxion box for nearly a year but the Kyocera for only a couple of weeks. I'll travel with the Kyocera this week and I'll have more to say about it later.
- supports EVDO and other services like from AT&T/Cingular
- ruggedized case (ideal for industrial or field operations)
- can route/load balance from broadband Ethernet (DSL, Cable, etc.)
- WI-FI features seem advanced
- network mgmt features available
- one thing I don't like is the power brick
- 2 Ethernet ports (but only one for client if you are route/load balancing)
- EVDO only (with support for select EVDO cellphones)
- consumer looking router (I think is is actually OEM'd from D-Link
- can not load balance or route
- WI-FI features don't seem as robust
- weight is less than the Junxion box
- comes with a car power adapter and better designed power brick
- 4 Ethernet client ports
One of the more interesting thing for me is both units are using open source software as the operating system (OS) on the units and each has a pretty good web interface (not great but better than some).
On the topic of business continuity, I think the Junxion Box would be ideal for that. It is an idea I am proposing internal at my work. and the
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