With the FRITZ!Box 4080, AVM is introducing its first-ever FRITZ!Box for fiber-optic connections. Featuring a dual-core CPU, a gigabit WAN port, four gigabit Ethernet ports, wireless AC, and USB 3.0, the new FRITZ!Box offers outstanding gigabit performance for high-speed Internet connectivity of up to 1 Gbit/s.
Fiber-optic flexibility – online in the blink of an eye
As the FRITZ!Box 4080 features a gigabit WAN port, it is ideal for use with fiber-optic networks. Whether for the Internet or home networking, the gigabit architecture of the FRITZ!Box 4080 is perfectly equipped for these fast connections, which deliver speeds of up to 1,000 Mbit/s. Alongside the gigabit WAN port and the four gigabit Ethernet ports, the device also boasts the new Wireless AC standard for lightning-fast connectivity of up to 1,300 Mbit/s, making it ideal for all-IP packages with high-speed Internet, VoIP, and IPTV. Combined with a powerful hardware platform, the new design keeps the door open for future developments.
Top-notch features for gigabit-speed home networking
In terms of telephony, the FRITZ!Box 4080 comes with two analog telephone connections, a DECT base station, and an internal ISDN connection. Thanks to two USB 3.0 ports, the device can easily be used as a file and media server. With the latest version of FRITZ!OS, numerous convenient home networking features – such as wireless guest access, parental control feature, and Smart Home – can be used with fiber-optic connections.