Edge Network Computing

Teldat-iM8 corporate router

Compact modular router for high performance scenarios up to 1000Mbps

Product Highlights

Up to 1000 Mbps symmetrical services
Traditional or SDWAN integrated router
One card slot(SFP, VDSL, G.SHDSL, E1, Serial, etc)
Optional 3G/4G/4G+ integration + USB port
Licensable, built-in Wi-Fi access point
Advanced software, IPSec, ToIP, CLI
No fan, silent

Introduction

The Teldat-iM8 is a powerful and flexible router thanks to a optimized hardware architecture capable of delivering symmetrical 1000 Mbps services.


Its small size means that no fan is required, the customer can place it in work areas because it does not produce any noise.


The device is scalable thanks to an expansion slot with a wide variety of cards, a built-in Ethernet/Fiber connection, a LAN Gigabit Ethernet switch, a Wi-Fi access point and a 3G/4G/4G+ connection.


 

Competitive Advantages

Powerful and scalable platform

Up to 1000Mbps (no additional HW needed), GE/SFP WAN connection and a slot to cover Fiber, xDSL, E1/T1, Serial, Ethernet PoE switch options.

SDWAN router

Teldat-iM8 enables smooth transition from traditional communications in  remote offices to a hybrid SD-WAN network.

Extensive connectivity

Eight 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports with advanced VLAN functions, 802.1p/q/x and Wi-Fi 802.11n access point. Optional PoE on 4 ports(Max. 12xPoE ports). 

Designed for work areas

Suitable for office installation: the absence of fans means there is no noise. In-depth status information provided by a 14 LED panel. 

Description

The Teldat-iM8 is a powerful and flexible router thanks to a optimized hardware architecture capable of delivering symmetrical 1000 Mbps services.


Its small size means that no fan is required, the customer can place it in work areas because it does not produce any noise.


The device is scalable thanks to an expansion slot with a wide variety of cards. Apart from the slot, the router connects to the public network through an electrical/optical port and/or a 3G/4G/4G+ interface. LAN network connection is possible through an 8-port GE switch with optional PoE. It also has a Wi-Fi embedded access point.


It provides all the functions required of a professional router: central management(Cloud NetManager tool), Deep Packet Inspection, routing features (RIP, OSPF, BGP, VRF, Policy Routing, IPSLAs), security (ACLs, Firewall, IPSec, 802.1x, etc.), quality of service (CBWFQ, LLQ, PQ, etc.), and additional management features(CLI, SNMPv3, AAA).

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The Teldat-iM8 is a compact router for sites requiring high-speed connections. Its compact design without fans, to avoid generating noise, means you can install it in work areas. This favors the use of 3G/4G/4G+ connections, providing better coverage than when you install the router in technical rooms or cabinets. 


Although it is a compact router, it reaches speeds of up 1000 Mbps symmetrical and is very scalable thanks to a slot and a variety of cards. It also includes an optical/electrical interface to the public network and an 8-port Ethernet LAN switch to the private network, as well as a Wi-Fi access point and 3G/4G/4G+ option. 


In addition to sophisticated hardware, it includes advanced software and a management system adapted to professional networks. It also allows for a deep traffic inspection (DPI) of the offices offering very relevant statistical data to the service administrators.

Key Features

Up to 1000 Mbps

Reliable in scenarios of up to 1 Gbps symmetrical (IMIX) with services thanks to its powerful hardware architecture with hardware encryption. 

Electrical/optical connection and expansion slot

4G-LTE wireless access is the perfect backup medium as it uses different infrastructure to fixed connections. You can also utilize 4G-LTE and fixed connections simultaneously for load-balancing purposes. 

Onboard 8xGE switch

The built-in switch is ideal for small offices because it eliminates the need for an external switch, thus reducing costs and points of failure. GE, duplex, self-negotiable ports with optional PoE. 

Security: Firewall, IPSec, etc.

Corporate communications require corporate security. The Teldat-iM8 provides free of charge state-of-the-art security: ACLs, Firewall(L3-L7), 802.1x, IPSec (optional hardware encryption), etc. 

No fan. Silent

Lack of space in small offices often means that routers have to be placed in the work area. The Teldat-iM8 is specially designed for such enviroments. Since the router does not need a fan, it does not produce any noise. 

High VPN performance

Powerful CPU with hardware encryption available as an option.

3G/4G/4G+ connection

Built-in electrical/optical Gigabit Ethernet interface and a slot to accommodate any connectivity scenario, whether single or redundant.

Wi-Fi access point

The Teldat iM8 can also be an 802.11n Wi-Fi access point (2.4/5 GHz) with 2x2 MIMO antenna technology and/or access point controller. With SSID support for guests and a captive portal. 

Advanced services

The Teldat-iM8 software includes all the advanced functions needed in coporate networks and carrier services, ready for the most demanding scenarios like MPLS and managed services. 

Console port

Operator/integrator managed services require out-of-band management to prevent them from interfering with customer networks. The consolte port is the most common method. 

Do you want to know more?

Download the product datasheet in PDF format. Always have access to the product characteristics, whether you are online or not. All the information stored in an easy to read 4-page format.

A full range of comunications

Large branch offices can have multiple voice and data access services, plus a console port on a single, easy-to-manage device.

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