24th December 2019

Hardware Decision Table

Which SimRush?

Instructions

  1. Use the first table to determine which model you need based the Outdoor Unit you wish to deploy, and number of sims.
  2. If you need to serve a Hotspot / Guest WiFi Captive Portal, use the second table to cross reference the models.
  3. If you have a tick, you’re good to go!
  4. You can further refine your choice based on information available about each product.
SimRush Hardware Decision Table

Example 1:

Sophie wants to use the long range ODU with 3 sims. She just has 5 users at any one time on a private SSID.

Using the first table she can see that the models which would be suitable are the Power and the Core.

By cross referencing with the second table she can see that the Power and Core are both suitable products.

She would then refine her choice based on a more detailed look at the model specific information.

Example 2:

Bob wants to use the second generation ODU with 1 sims. He wants to provide a WIFI captive portal that will have 20-40 users.

Using the first table he can see that all the SimRush models would be suitable for his sim count. He then refers to the second table where he sees that the models that will support his user count are the Pro and the Core.

Bob can finalise his decision after looking at more detailed info  on each product. 

Example 3:

John wants to use the second generation ODU with 5 sims. He needs a WiFI portal for 70 users .

Using the first table he can see that the models which would be suitable is the Power and Core.

As he needs up to 70 users to be online at once he select the Core model out of the two, because the Power will not support enough concurrent users.