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  • SXT LTE6 kit is a device for remote locations that are within cellular network coverage. Due to its advanced LTE chip design and high gain antenna, it can provide connectivity, even where cellphones fail. The unit is equipped with PoE-out to power up another device. It has a CAT6 LTE Modem, two Micro SIM slots for backup link, and a MiniPCI-e slot for a number of other setups.

  • Remove the bottleneck from your network setup – it is time to upgrade that to something truly powerful and enjoy real speed. Introducing CRS312-4C+8XG-RM – with 1G/2.5G/5G/10G RJ45 Ethernet ports and Combo 10G Ethernet/SFP ports, this switch is aimed to handle heavy network traffic, omit bottlenecks, and ensure the smooth transition of large data volumes in large-scale professional projects.

  • The CRS305 is a compact yet very powerful switch, featuring four SFP+ ports, for up to 10 Gbit per port. The device has a 1 Gbit copper ethernet port for management access or regular traffic forwarding and two DC jacks for power redundancy. The device is a very sleek and compact metallic case without any fans, for silent operation.

  • Forget about endless searching for the perfect router and scrolling through an eternity of reviews and specifications! MikroTik has come up with a single affordable home access point that has all the features you might need for years to come. Think of reinforced Wi-Fi access in every orner of the house, with no fuss, and great list of features for those who are quite tech-savvy!

  • Working with substantial amount of data? Running an ISP, WISP or data center enterprise? This Cloud Router Switch is the perfect upgrade for your setup. The CRS326-24S+2Q+RM is the first MikroTik product with 40 Gbps QSFP+ ports for remarkably fast and stable fiber connection. Together with twenty four 10 Gbps SFP+ ports, the port arrangement of this hardware provides a total nonblocking throughput of 320 Gbps and a switching capacity of 640 Gbps with forwarding rate of 252 Mpps with most common packets.