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Model Comparison

Models

QB-Mesh

QB-150

QB-300

QB-500

QB-2000

Designed for

Remote/ Small/ Branch Offices

Small/ Branch Offices

Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

Medium and Large-sized Enterprise

Enterprise/ Data Center/ Campus

Recommended  Users 1 

50 - 150

50 - 150

100 - 500

300 - 2000

1500 - 20000+

System Specifications

Throughput (bps)

500M

150 - 300M

300 - 1500M

500 - 3000M

2 - 20G

WAN Links

4 - 7

3 - 10

5 - 25

7 - 52

7 - 52

Max. Concurrent Connections

50K

50K

800K

2M

8M

Connections per Second

5K

3K

40K

150K

550K

Hardware Specifications

Network Interfaces (GbE)

4

4

6

8

8 - 24 6

Hardware LAN Bypass (Pair)

1

1

2

2 6

User-defined Port

Embedded 4G LTE Modems 2 

1 - 4

USB 4G Modems 3

1

1

1

1

1

Wi-Fi LAN Support 4

GPS Interface with Female Antenna Connector

Inbuilt Storage 5

Dimensions

Form Factor

Desktop

Desktop

1U

1U

1U

W x D x H (mm)

195×138×70

230*152*30

430*248*44

430*394*44

430*450*44

Net Weight (Kg)

2

2.2

7

8.2

8.5

Environment

Power Supply

External Adapter

External Adapter

Single

Single

Dual 7

Max. Power Consumption (W)

60

60

65

270

300

Operating Temperature (°C)

0 ~ +40

0 ~ +40

0 ~ +45

0 ~ +45

0 ~ +40

Storage Temperature (°C)

-20 ~ +70

Humidity

10% ~ 90% RH, non-condensing

Certifications

FCC, CE, RoHS

Warranty

1-Year Limited Warranty

Remarks:

 

 

 

 

 

1 Recommendation for sizing purposes only. No software restrictions applied. 2 Up to three 4G LTE modules can be added.

3 USB 4G Modem works as failover mode. 4 Wi-Fi LAN is an option to supported models.

5 Inbuilt storage is an option. 6 10GbE/25GbE/40GbE/LAN Bypass is optionally supported via expendable LAN modules.

Redundant Power Supply is an option to supported models. 8 All specifications are subject to change without notice.

Product Highlights

  • Protecting business continuity against WAN outages

  • Increasing WAN bandwidth and performance with multiple transport services

  • Ensuring accessibility of corporate applications for incoming requests

  • Augmenting or replacing MPLS networks with broadband

  • Prioritizing business-critical applications for optimal performance

  • Optimizing public and private applications delivery in hybrid networks

  • Consolidating network infrastructure and potentially eliminating routers and various devices at branch office

  • Lowering WAN OpEx and CapEx

  • Mitigating potential threats

  • Analyzing and reporting network usage

  • Staying ahead of the growing IT demands

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