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4ipnet announced the release of HSG260-WTG, Wireless Hotspot Kit with a patented Terminal Auto Setup (TAS) Button for Fast and Easy On-demand Ticket-Printing

4ipnet, Inc., a leading wireless networking device provider for manageable, reliable, and secure wireless access, announced the addition of HSG260-WTG to its Hotspot Gateway product line. The HSG260-WTG is a Gigabit Wireless Hotspot Kit with a patented Terminal Auto Setup (TAS) Button for faster setup and ticket printing'¦.

4ipnet, Inc., a leading wireless networking device provider for manageable, reliable, and secure wireless access, announced the release of HSG260-WTG, a 802.11 b/g/n Wireless Hotspot Kit that includes HSG260 Wireless Hotspot Gateway, SDS200W Wireless Smart Device Server and PRT100 POS Printer. HSG260- WTG is equipped with 4ipnet signature features'”Quick Print Button, patented 4ipWEST (Press-n-Connect), and Terminal Auto Setup (TAS) Button for Easy Ticket-Printing.

The HSG260-WTG Wireless Hotspot Kit delivers multiple deployment schemes along with easy account management, authorization, and accounting tools. The Quick Print Button located on the HSG260 Wireless Hotspot Gateway allows a single billing plan to be printed directly without the usage of a device server.

The Terminal Auto Setup (TAS) Button on the SDS200W is a new patented feature from 4ipnet integrated to highlight the deployment flexibility SDS200W brings to every hotspot venue. The TAS button establishes either a wired or wireless connection to the HSG260, omitting cables and other space limitations.

The HSG260-WTG is also packed with 4ipnet's 4ipWES(Press-n-Connect) Button to extend wireless coverage in other areas of the venue, decreasing the chance of uninterrupted wireless connectivity and increasing the efficiency of Wi-Fi mobile device roaming. 4ipWES allows users to easily expand the network without the hassle of complicated setup or assistance from a technician.

The HSG260-WTG is an ideal solution for easy account management and authorization by making the process of creating on-demand accounts simple and easy. The HSG260-WTG comes with 4 accounting types and 10 billing options for users to choose from. By entering the preferred billing plan on the SDS200W, hotspot providers or guests can choose to offer free or charged on-demand service.

The Wireless Hotspot Kit is specially designed to provide wireless hotspot solution for small or mini size stores. It supports 500 local accounts and 2000 on-demand accounts for visitors. HSG260-WTG delivers exceptional performance with an affordable price tag. It is the best choice for small or mini size stores and businesses looking for hotspot solutions. 


4ipnet HSG260-WTG Wireless Hotspot Kit is now available. Please contact 4ipnet sales representative for any additional information, visit our website at www.4ipnet.com or contact sales@4ipnet.com


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