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Accelerated Concepts, Inc. is a leading provider of enterprise wireless cellular network data hardware and services. We specialize in the development of solutions for
primary network access, wireless 3G/4G backup connectivity, device monitoring, and centralized management. We also provide industry leading Linux based
OEM platforms services from hardware design to complete solutions including management, inventory, and configuration. 

Accelerated 6300-CX 4G LTE router   

All-In-One 4G LTE Router - SonicWALL Approved!

The Accelerated 6300-CX allows any Ethernet connected device to utilize cellular wireless data for either primary or backup connectivity. Carrier Certified embedded cellular modem supports LTE and 3G connectivity. The 6300-CX’s compact size (4.3 x 4.3 x 1 inches) make the 6300-CX an ideal solution for your M2M applications.

Engineered for simple and seamless installation, the Accelerated 6300-CX ships with a temporary battery pack that can be used to perform a site survey to identify an ideal mounting location with optimal signal strength. The included PoE cable and extensive mounting hardware facilitate rapid installations.  Learn more.

Features and Benefits include:
• Small, Lightweight Design
• Powerful Antennas
• Multiple Carrier Support
• Change Carrier with a Simple Configuration Change
• IP Pass-Through or Router Mode
• Multiple Mounting Options
• Mounting Accessories Included

Accelerated View 

Centralize and Monitor you connections in the cloud.

Accelerated's unique cloud based management portal, Accelerated View™ provides our customers with a powerful on-line set of tools for monitoring, reporting, alerting, inventory, and remote control of the Accelerated Cellular Extenders, NetReach, and VPN Gateway devices. The system gives customers visibility to their network allowing the identification of issues before they become business impacting. In addition, the full suite of tools and reporting can dramatically reduce the time it takes to troubleshoot and correct business impacting issues.