PrimeCare makes SpeedFusion networks easier to build. It bundles InControl, Warranty, SpeedFusion license upgrades, and FusionHub Licenses into one subscription.
Easily Build SpeedFusion Networks
PrimeCare is designed to simplify the process of building SpeedFusion networks by offering everything you need in a single subscription package:
Full SpeedFusion Capability: Open new possibilities and deployments with your existing devices.
Centralized Management: Provision and Manage your entire network from a single UI.
Unlimited FusionHub Licenses: Connect as many PrimeCare devices as you need to your FusionHub.
Warranty Support: Standard warranty coverage for all PrimeCare devices.
Full SpeedFusion Capability
Peplink PrimeCare enables full SpeedFusion (Bonding, WAN Smoothing, Hot Failover), opening up deployment possibilities for any PrimeCare device. For example, the MAX Transit Duo will be upgraded with full SpeedFusion in order to enable faster file transfer and higher quality streaming from mobile locations. Use WAN Smoothing to deliver smooth and consistent videoconferencing, protecting it from packet loss.
All devices with Peplink PrimeCare enabled will have access to InControl: our SD-WAN management cloud. Use it to build and push complex network topologies to devices in minutes. On a single screen, review the health of your network and remotely make configuration changes as needed.
InControl makes enterprise deployments simple by centralizing a number of important functions. Zero Touch Configurations and firmware updates in bulk. Standardize VLAN, SSID, firewall, and outbound policies. For access control and energy efficiency, apply schedules to SSID, Wi-Fi radios, and SD-Switch PoE ports.
Set up multiple FusionHubs in different locations and connect the nearest, as well as set up multiple FusionHubs for redundancy. All without paying a dime.
Each PrimeCare subscription includes standard warranty coverage, so you can deploy your PrimeCare devices with peace of mind at an excellent price.
MAX Transit Mini: Compact cellular router with Band 71 and FirstNet support. Learn More >
MAX Transit Duo: Dual-cellular router with 11ac Wi-Fi. PrimeCare enables SpeedFusion on this device. Learn More >
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know whether my router is a PrimeCare device? If you look at the silver label underneath your device, the SKU of your product will have a -PRM suffix. Soon, PrimeCare status will also be visible on InControl, stay tuned!
What if I just need InControl? The previous subscription services (InControl Subscription, FusionHub Licenses, Warranty) are still available for non-PrimeCare devices. PrimeCare devices will need to be in PrimeCare in order to use InControl.
Could I apply PrimeCare to existing equipment or vice versa? No, they are not interchangeable.
Do I need to purchase a SpeedFusion license for a device while it’s on PrimeCare? No, if a device is on PrimeCare, it automatically has access to all SpeedFusion functionality. As long as the device remains in PrimeCare, SpeedFusion functionality will remain.
Can I connect PrimeCare devices to my existing current FusionHubs? Yes you can, PrimeCare devices will not count towards the peer limit of any FusionHub that it is connected to. For example, a FusionHub 20 normally supports up to 20 peers. With PrimeCare devices, you can connect as many as you feel comfortable sharing the 200Mbps of throughput with. This is particularly useful for connecting numerous sites that require little bandwidth such as PoS terminals.
What happens when I no longer purchase PrimeCare on a PrimeCare device? If a PrimeCare device is not subscribed to PrimeCare, it will maintain networking functionality and remain configurable via the on-device Web UI. InControl access, FusionHub licenses, and PrimeCare software features such as SpeedFusion Bonding will be disabled. All other functionality will remain unaffected.