Zest4 adds to its product portfolio with “i-MO” Bonded Routers from EMS

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By bringing the EMS devices in to our portfolio, Zest4 partners will benefit from customer connectivity with enough throughput and resilience to manage VoIP and data solutions for any size of business, allowing upscaling without issue.

“We are constantly investing in technology areas we know will bring our partners long-term revenue growth – our significant investment in M2M highlights our commitment to new services that will help our partners earn more revenue and differentiate themselves.” Says Anton Le Saux, Head of IoT at Zest4.

With the addition of the i-MO Bonded Routers our partners will have access to pre-fixed line connectivity, failover connectivity and the ability to provide a permanent connectivity solution using 4G in areas where no fixed line exists, a complete suite.

EMS CEO Andrew Lambert said, “As the UK originator, designer and manufacturer of bonding technologies we have the experience and expertise needed by communications providers and a range of cost-effective solutions that enable organisations to respond quickly to the fast-changing requirements for connectivity of today.

The i-MO™ OptiBond™ Series of Bonded Routers provide the widest range of connectivity options for users including 3G and 4G mobile, DSL circuits and WAN Connectivity with Software Designed Networking functionality to reduce costs and improve network configuration management.

In terms of cost effectiveness analysis shows that i-MO™ OptiBond™ solutions are 30% cheaper than lower specification alternatives and can deliver savings of 40% to 90% of monthly MPLS WAN costs.

Andrew Lambert continues, “Resellers looking for margin rich sales opportunities should talk to Zest4 about the EMS i-MO Optibond product range. As the most experienced provider of these type of applications EMS have an un-paralleled track record for product features and design quality coupled with a fully supportive partner program that delivers sales success.”

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