FRITZ! News - Powerful FRITZ!Box models at the BBWF
Powerful FRITZ!Box models at the BBWF
Various technologies are being discussed all over Europe to further increase the speed of DSL. AVM's latest FRITZ!Box models are already prepared for the next speed upgrades and support supervectoring 35b, bonding and G.fast. The FRITZ!Box 7580, 7581 and 7582 can be experienced live at the Broadband World Forum (BBWF) in London from 18 to 20 October.
Three products to support new DSL technologies
As the transmission rates of the connections rise, data need to be made available via WiFi throughout the entire home at great speeds. The FRITZ!Box 7581 supports supervectoring 35b and bonding, which entails bundling several lines and increases the available data rate on existing copper wires to as much as 240 Mbit/s. Supervectoring 35b and G.fast facilitate higher speeds by extending bandwidths. The FRITZ!Box 7582 supports both these technologies and can easily transfer gigabit speeds to the devices within the home network.
Among the novelties in London is also the first 4x4 wireless LAN router by AVM with intelligent Multi-User MIMO technology: FRITZ!Box 7580. Equipped with a VDSL modem that supports vectoring, the new model can also be used on fiber optic or cable modems via the gigabit WAN port.
At 5 p.m. on 19 October, AVM’s expert Eric van Uden will talk about "Delivering Best-In-Class Broadband Connectivity to Consumers" and serve on the panel of the subsequent podium discussion on "What is the best combination of Access Technologies for your business" (BBWF at the ExCeL Convention Centre, London).