Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh wireless networks, is a Security Today (1105 Media) magazine 2022 New Product of the Year winner in ‘Intelligent Communications’ for its Peregrine LTE BreadCrumb.
Now in its 14th year honoring outstanding product development achievements by security equipment manufacturers, an independently juried panel of industry experts evaluated 47 product categories to determine winners.
“The Rajant Peregrine LTE has now been honored two times over by Security Today, having received its Govie award distinction back in May 2022,” said Rajant Vice President of Technology Dave Acker. “We are grateful for Security Today’s Intelligent Communication award for our newest quad transceiver. The industrial-grade Peregrine LTE is high-performance, supports a maximum combined data rate of 2.6 Gbps, and allows dynamic routing over LTE or Rajant Kinetic Mesh. The Peregrine LTE integrates four radios – one 2.4GHz 2X2 MIMO, two 5GHz 2×2 MIMO, and one LTE 2×2 MIMO. The platform offers global public and private LTE capabilities, multiple MIMO radio and ethernet interfaces, high throughput, low latency, and enhanced security performance with up to 256-QAM and 80 MHz channels. Rajant is keenly focused on data security and takes pride in delivering a flexible, dynamic wireless solution for real-time mission-critical communication for various data, voice, video, and autonomous applications to the industry.”
“After hosting this New Product of the Year program, I am struck with the intense effort by manufacturers, who exceed last year’s entries. We are fortunate to have so many entries and applaud every entry for the ingenuity and painstaking efforts to ensure the security business is meeting the technology challenges,” said Ralph C. Jensen, editor in chief of Security Today. “New Product of the Year confirms to me that the best and the brightest are completely invested in their craft and have strategic plans to bring new technology to the forefront.”
Winners will be featured on securitytoday.com and will be highlighted in the November/December 2022 issue of Security Today magazine.