The NETGEAR MBR1000 is a 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Router For Verizon
For added flexibility, the NETGEAR MBR1000 can also be deployed on rail, bus or select coastal marine vessels as well as in mining, construction, logging, parks and rural areas, greatly expanding broadband Internet access. With this expanded coverage, consumers on the go now have easy access to IP-based entertainment and valuable productivity tools.
“Verizon Wireless looks forward to the development of powerful new mobile IP-based services that may be built on the combination of our LTE network and 4G Mobile Broadband Routers such as NETGEAR’s MBR1000,” said Aparna Khurjekar, executive director, Business Solutions, Verizon Wireless. “Creative new IP-based fleet management services are now possible, allowing fleets to easily and securely connect to the mobile broadband network to deliver on-the-go transaction processing and IP video to record pickups, deliveries or accidents.”
source: Verizon Wireless and NETGEAR
1. Matt Evans (unregistered) posted on 21 Sep 2011, 10:35 0 0
This is turning out to be vaporware. The Verizon folks I've spoken with have not even heard of it. Also, with current data plans you are capped at 10GB. Not good for home use where streaming media from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Blockbuster, YouTube is high. That said, I eagerly await such a device and appropriate data plan.