New, fast DSL plans with speeds of up to 250 MBit/s? Say hello to 35b supervectoring. Read on to find out more about this new technology, how it works, and what devices you need to use it.
35b supervectoring is the latest development of the VDSL standard. What makes it different from previous technologies? 35b supervectoring, also known as Vplus, uses new vectoring technology and the extension of the frequency range to reduce interference and significantly increase bandwidth. This enables download speeds of up to 300 MBit/s at DSL connections. Since August, DSL providers in Germany have been offering new plans with up to 250 Mbit/s.
Is a special device needed to use supervectoring? Yes — you will need a special router that supports the new standard. AVM offers a line-up that includes the FRITZ!Box 7590 and our latest model, the FRITZ!Box 7530. The brand new FRITZ!Box 7530 is the ideal entry-level router for the speedy internet plans. Alongside supervectoring, it also supports all other types of DSL. It also offers a strong WiFi performance, an integrated DECT base station for cordless phones and Smart Home features. Thanks to FRITZ!OS 7, all it takes is just a few clicks to integrate the FRITZ!Box 7530 into the Mesh WiFi from FRITZ!.