FRITZ! News - On Safari with FRITZ!
On Safari with FRITZ!
Namibia is the perfect place for anyone who's ever wanted to meet the Lion King. Etosha National Park has the country's highest concentration of elephants, rhinos and leopards. After the adventure of seeing these animals on safari, the first thing you want is to share your excitement with everyone at home. So it's great that the FRITZ!Box is there for communication in almost every lodge in Namibia.
Represented with the complete product portfolio
FRITZ! has been a core element of home networking in Namibia for a good ten years. Starting with models like the FRITZ!Box 7170 and 5113, by now the entire product portfolio has found its way into Namibian households, from the router, to the repeater and powerline, all the way to FRITZ!Fon. Users are especially pleased with the simple operation and many convenience features. The FRITZ!Hotspot is especially popular, offering a way to give tourists their own wireless access to the Internet.
Arrives at any connection
Namibia offers its own challenges, however, as the country's diverse geography places different demands on various wireless devices. Just for orientation: With a total area of around 824,292 square kilometers, Namibia is more than double the size of Germany. However, most of the country is made up of the oldest desert in the world – the Namib – and huge nature conservation areas. This is why operators in the field build on multiple kinds of technology to offer the best reception. These include VSAT and WiMAX connections in addition to ADSL and VDSL networks.
The advantage of the FRITZ!Box models? They work on all kinds of connections. The FRITZ!Box 5490 and the FRITZ!Box 6820 LTE are also ready for deployment as soon as the operators finish their current expansion of a nationwide network of LTE and fiber optic connections. With this your future pictures of the Lion King can be shared even more flexibly from anywhere.