Eseye announces launch of HERA600 series of integrated services routers


Guildford, UK – M2M solutions provider Eseye has just launched the HERA600 series, its range of high-performance integrated service routers.

The series of dual SIM, 3G and Wi-Fi M2M-grade routers is Eseye’s first product launch since the acquisition of hardware specialist Dataflex Design Communications Ltd. The HERA range is the perfect cellular data connectivity solution for sensor technology: the robust Wi-Fi and 3G enterprise router with network flexibility provides secure, reliable connectivity to multiple devices, along with full network redundancy, thanks to its dual SIM failover solution. Featuring an optional embedded AnyNet™ SIM, HERA600 series routers can be managed using TR.069, Telnet, SSH, CLI, HTTP, HTTPS or over-the-air with USSD/SMS/IP.


Eseye customers can manage their operations everywhere without going anywhere. Offering greater freedom to businesses wanting to connect multiple mobile devices with low data requirements, it is perfectly suited to industries reliant on sensor technology, such as Healthcare and Security, where real-time reporting and reliable connectivity are crucial. With Eseye’s unbeatable AnyNet™ SIM, which selects the best available network, the HERA600 is the clear choice for businesses looking to securely and reliably enable their M2M applications.


CEO Julian Hardy (pictured) says the launch cements Eseye’s relationship with Dataflex following the acquisition of the firm at the end of last year.

“I’m very excited about this launch. The HERA is a great router – robust, reliable and perfectly suited to the needs of a cost-conscious M2M industry. It’s been the culmination of months of hard work and development from our dedicated team and is the first of many fantastic products and innovations to come. When we acquired Dataflex we were intent on using the very best of their expertise and this project has been testament to our combined skills. It’s a great achievement for the whole team.”

“Cellular data is the lifeblood of M2M; businesses are increasingly reliant on more secure and adaptable connectivity that can meet the demands of their advanced solutions – and I’m proud to launch a great device that supports solutions that save money, energy and even lives.”


The HERA600 can connect four devices to its Ethernet ports and a further 64 wirelessly, making it ideal for businesses needing the flexibility of mobile devices and the freedom of multiple connections.


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