Legal notice


AVM Computersysteme Vertriebs GmbH continually checks and updates the information provided on these web pages. Despite our most diligent efforts it can occur that data presented here have changed in the mean time. Therefore AVM cannot guarantee that the information made available here is accurate, complete or up to date. No liability is assumed for damages that arise directly or indirectly from the use of these web pages, unless they are attributable to intent or gross negligence, or if liability is stipulated by compulsory statutory regulations.


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Texts, images, graphics, sounds, animations or videos, and their arrangement on these web pages, are subject to worldwide copyright laws and other protective legislation. Unauthorized use, reproduction or transmission of individual contents or complete pages can be prosecuted by under both civil and criminal law. AVM emphasizes that some of the images included on these web pages are copyrighted by third parties. All addresses on AVM's web pages are published for the exclusive purpose of providing information. No commercial use by third parties is permitted.


Unless otherwise indicated, all trademarks mentioned on these web pages are legally protected trademarks owned by AVM GmbH, especially product names and logos. Microsoft, Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks owned by Microsoft Corporation in the USA and/or other countries. Android is a trademark of Google, Inc. Bluetooth is a trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Incorporated and licensed to AVM GmbH. All other products and company names are trademarks of their respective owners.

Note on technical IP rights with standard relevance

To the extent that our products are directly or indirectly using technical IP rights, which teachings are a mandatory or optional part of an international technical standard – e.g. in the field of telecommunication – we herewith explicitly declare our willingness to accept a license offer based on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory conditions, unless the acts of use committed by us and/or our customers are already covered by a license agreement of one of our suppliers or otherwise and no rights were exhausted.

External links

According to general law, as the content provider for its own contents, AVM is responsible for the contents provided for use. These own contents are to be distinguished from the links to contents made available by other providers. The link is a way for AVM to make "foreign contents" available for use. AVM is responsible for these contents only if AVM has positive knowledge of them (i.e. and of any unlawful or criminal content) and if it is technically possible and reasonable to expect AVM to prevent their use.

The links, however, always constitute "living" (dynamic) references. AVM checked the foreign content the first time it was linked, in order to clear the company of any possible civil or criminal liability. However, according to law AVM is not obligated to constantly check the contents to which it provides links on its web pages for changes that could provide a new basis for liability. Should AVM discover, or be informed by others, that a concrete web page to which AVM provided a link entails civil or criminal liability, then it will remove the link, insofar as it is technically possible and reasonable to do so.

AVM reserves the right at any time to change the information provided, in part or in full, or to add to it or remove it.