Teltonika have not yet announced the launch of their 5G Router but with the M2M marketplace seeing 5G launches from Cradlepoint, Robustel and Sierra Wireless it is expected that Teltonika will announce their new 5G offering soon. Teltonika are a popular, low cost M2M 4G Router manufacturer with popular models
The new R5020 5G Router from Robustel is the ideal router to use with your 5G SIM Card. In fact, for applications requiring an industrial grade, high speed, reliable and robust 5G router, the Robustel R5020 has it in spades. With its on-board smarts, compact size and a competitive price
A 5G Router is a Mobile Broadband Internet router that has an embedded 5G modem and a SIM slot so you can insert your 5G SIM Card and the router will connect to the Internet using high speed 5G mobile services where available. In most cases a 5G router will also be able to connect to 4G and even 3G networks if 5G is unavailable. For example, if you are investing in a 5G router for a rural 5G Internet service, but are still waiting for 5G to be rolled out in your area then you can use 4G until such time that 5G becomes available. By investing in the 5G router you will not need to change your hardware again when moving to 5G.
Before the launch of 5G networks in the UK, many WiFi routers were being supplied with dual band WiFi, whether they were 4G, ADSL or other types of wired broadband routers. Because the dual band WiFi used the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz frequencies, routers with a 5G WiFi were often called 5G routers. Now that 5G Mobile broadband routers are being introduced into the marketplace, and their predecessors were called 4G routers, then a Mobile Broadband router with an embedded 5G modem are now called 5G routers. So when you search our site, or see routers listed below then these are 5G routers in the sense of being 5G mobile broadband routers, but many will also have 5G WiFi.