Mushroom Networks, Inc., innovators of Broadband Bonding™ technology, today announced that its PortaBella™ wireless broadband bonding appliance has been named a top new product of 2015 by Construction Equipment, a magazine and online resource for equipment professionals. PortaBella appliances provide cost-effective and highly reliable Internet connectivity for mobile locations by bonding together multiple cellular wireless Internet access cards – aggregating performance and increasing dependability.
Construction Equipment's Top 100 New Products of 2015 Award program identifies significant new products announced each year. The magazine considers hundreds of product introductions in the process and in evaluating products for the Top 100, Construction Equipment editors look for advances in technology, new product lines, significant improvements to existing products, or a product that increases competition in its field.
"Our Top 100 award recognizes innovations and rewards manufacturers who are investing in research and development. Through their investments, these manufacturers deliver products and services for equipment users that improve productivity, efficiency and safety. They also ensure a competitive marketplace," said Rod Sutton, Editorial Director, Construction Equipment.
In June 2015, Mushroom Networks unveiled the Portabella 7000i and Portabella 6000iw, which provide ultra-fast and reliable mobile Internet over bonded 3G/4G. The rugged appliances feature up to 7 embedded modems to deliver the fastest Internet connections for mobile applications used in challenging physical environments, and transportation applications such as on trains, buses and specialty vehicles.
"We are honored to be featured in Construction Equipment's Top 100 New Products of 2015 Award program," said Dr. Cahit Akin, co-founder and CEO of Mushroom Networks. "Powered by Mushroom's Broadband Bonding and WAN Orchestration, the Portabella appliances boost connectivity and significantly reduce signal outages so that equipment professionals really can be more productive, efficient and safe on the job."
The Portabella will appear in the December 2015 issue as part of the magazine's feature highlighting all of the winners.