Official Launch of the Peplink Puma 401!

Peplink announced today the official launch and general availability of their new Puma 401 antenna.

And what a beauty it is.

Its an exciting start of what promises to be a very useful range of antennas from Peplink that will all be 5G Ready, IP rated and UV proof as well has having B71 support with high gain.

Loads of Mounting Options!

The Puma Antenna series come with a neat bracket that can be mounted in a bunch of different ways to cope with just about any imaginable installation type- be that on a boat, house or vehicle.

Its all in the name

Why 401? The numbers tell us what antenna elements are inside so the 401 has:
4 – cellular elements
0 – Wi-Fi elements
1 – GPS element

4 cellular elements are going to make this the perfect antenna for the MAX Transit CAT18 I would suggest.

More Antennas on the Way

The Puma 401 is available now with the first batch of Puma 221 and 020 will be ready in September.

You can read all about the Puma antenna on its page at the Peplink Website.

The Ninjas View

There are only a handful of antenna manufacturers in the world that we would recommend to use in combination with Peplink cellular devices – and now with the launch of the Puma 401 there is officially one more on that list.

Only time will tell how the Puma 401 stands up against its competitors – I suspect we will need to see some side by side comparisons to know for sure, but if Peplink are even half as innovative with their Antennas as they have been with their other platforms then we should expect to see great and exciting things in this space moving forwards.

How many industry leading SD-WAN manufacturers with global markets also design and manufacture their own antennas? Peplink might just be the first.

Martin Langmaid
Martin Langmaid is a SDWAN solution architect and Peplink product specialist, trainer and Technical author. Formerly employed by Peplink as a global solution architect, he left to co-found slingshot6 the worlds first connectivity agency. He enjoys multi-disciplined engineering activities in his spare time, and can be found with a soldering iron. welder, hammer, saw and chisel in hand most weekends. Something of a wood butcher.

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