Inseego USB800 Modem Helps Firefighters, First Responders Connect on the Go

Inseego Corp. (Nasdaq: INSG), a pioneer in mobile and intelligent IoT device-to-cloud solutions, announced that its new USB800 modem is now available for small business, enterprise, government and public safety customers on the AT&T (NYSE: T) network as well as public safety subscribers on the FirstNet communications platform, delivering best-in-class 4G LTE (Cat 18) speed, security and convenience to users on the go.

“We’re thrilled to work with AT&T to provide our new 4G LTE USB modem to their enterprise customers as well as FirstNet subscribers,” said Inseego Chairman and CEO Dan Mondor. “Our renewed relationship with AT&T enables us to offer Inseego products to their subscriber base for the first time in many years. We also applaud our partners at Quality One for helping us bring this much-needed product to market.”

Designed and developed in the USA, Inseego modems, routers and MiFiÒ hotspots are trusted by millions of users worldwide for their performance, security and reliability. The USB800 modem concentrates this technology into a simple, compact, convenient device.

Ultra-compact and powerful modem makes connecting fast and easy

The versatile, go-anywhere USB800 provides remote connectivity for a broad range of uses. It enables mobile professionals and first responders to connect their laptops and other devices quickly and easily to high-speed 4G LTE. It can also provide both primary and failover communications for point-of-sale systems, vending machines and other IoT devices. With integrated sGPS technology, it’s also ideal for tracking mobile assets.   

Fast connections anywhere: The Inseego USB800 modem uses 4G LTE (Cat 18) technology to provide peak download speeds of up to 480 Mbps, making it the fastest commercially available USB modem in the U.S. It supports many LTE frequency bands including the FirstNet Band 14 spectrum, as well as HSPA+ and UMTS for connectivity around the world.

Easy to use: The USB800 is ideal for anyone who needs a simple, convenient modem that fits in their pocket. With no software or device drivers to install, it provides instant, plug-and-play connectivity for laptops and other devices. A durable swivel hinge adjusts to any USB port orientation.

Secure: Designed and developed in the USA using Inseego’s trusted, proven MiFiiQ technology, the USB800 provides onboard VPN and other enterprise-grade security features to protect mobile professionals, including public safety customers using FirstNet services.

FirstNet Ready™

The FirstNet ReadyTM Inseego USB800 supports the FirstNet Band 14 spectrum and gives public safety subscribers access to the dedicated, physically separate FirstNet network core. FirstNet is public safety’s dedicated, nationwide communications platform. It’s built with AT&T in a public-private partnership with the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) – an independent agency within the federal government. FirstNet is designed for first responders and those critical to their emergency response, bringing public safety communications into the 21st century with new, innovative capabilities to strengthen incident response. And it’s helping first responders connect to the critical information they need – every day and in every emergency.

“FirstNet devices and modules go through extensive review, so first responders can be confident that Inseego’s USB800 modem meets our highest standards for reliability, security and performance,” said Bob Sloan, Chief Operating Officer, FirstNet Program at AT&T. “The more tools public safety has access to on their network, the more we can help them achieve their mission.”

“We’re proud to earn the FirstNet Ready designation,” said Mondor. “Inseego has a long history of supporting first responders with both our mobile MiFi devices and Skyus IoT devices, and this certification enables us to provide a new, highly secure mobile solution to FirstNet public safety users.” 

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