Accelerated logoAccelerated Concepts, Inc. is a leading provider of enterprise wireless cellular network data hardware and services. We specialize in the development of solutions for primary network access, wireless 3G/4G backup connectivity, device monitoring, and centralized management. We also provide industry leading Linux based OEM platforms services from hardware design to complete solutions including management, inventory, and configuration.  Our solutions are used today in Fortune 500 companies and major Tier 1 telecommunications service providers. At Accelerated, we employ world class Linux developers and highly experienced Service and Product designers with significant Enterprise and remote management skills. Founded in 2006 in Tampa, Florida, Accelerated Concepts, Inc. now has offices in Tampa, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; and Brisbane, Australia. Our executive team has over 100 years experience in the telecommunications industry, including executive positions at IBM and AT&T. Accelerated Concepts, Inc. is privately held.

NPS founder David MalcolmNPS founder David MalcolmMelbourne-based NPS (Network Professional Services) has discovered an upside to NBN rollout delays by using the Aussie-designed failover routers to solve the problem of delayed connections.

NPS has this month received the Accelerated Concepts Australian Partner of the Year Award 2017 for exemplary growth and market penetration of the Australian market.

Accelerated routers, which provide Internet access via 4G cellular data networks when primary broadband links fail, are designed by Brisbane-based Accelerated Concepts Ltd, but until the past year, were available only internationally through US-based Accelerated Concepts Inc.

Since 2016, NPS, as Accelerated’s Master Reseller in Australia, has both sold and supported the range of routers and built a national retail distribution network for the devices. Accelerated has a broad range of industrial-strength 4G-capable routers from $499 at

Accelerated Concepts Pty Ltd managing director Matt Ramsay said NPS had proved itself an exemplary partner in raising the brand’s national profile. “NPS founder David Malcolm is a passionate advocate for our products who has established Accelerated as a credible local brand,” he said.

Accelerated Concepts has launched 4G failover routers that support all carrier bands in Australia and New Zealand, including Band 28, boosting mobile broadband speeds for congested city and bush networks.

The Aussie-designed band-aggregating routers, the just-launched Accelerated 6350-SR and the upgraded Accelerated 6300-CX, now support every carrier frequency in both countries, allowing connection to the least congested bands.

Brisbane-based Accelerated Concepts designs 4G failover routers. sold globally by US-based Accelerated Concepts Inc, which provide Internet access via cellular data networks when primary broadband links fail. As well as launching new and upgraded models, Accelerated has slashed its entry level price in Australia from $899 to just $499 at

Essendon Renault CFO Les HoganEssendon Renault CFO Les HoganMelbourne car dealership Essendon Renault has saved thousands of dollars a year by deploying Accelerated 4G routers to avoid broadband breakdowns that can bring the business to a standstill.

Essendon Renault is highly reliant on the Internet to operate efficiently, with a state-of-the-art Virtual Machine Cluster serving remote desktop sessions, email and virtualised routing technology and a cloud-based virtual PABX. Both Sales and Service departments rely on real-time Internet access.

However, the company, which has branches in North Melbourne and Moonee Ponds, has experienced a range of broadband outages or service disruptions that have prevented one, or both, branches from accessing the Internet. In one case, the switch to Naked ADSL services disrupted Internet access for the next two weeks.

Essendon Renault Financial Controller Les Hogan said some disruptions had been show-stoppers. “If we haven’t got that instant communication all the time, then my business just stops,” he said.