New FRITZ!Box Models – The ultimate wireless LAN for streaming in the home network – FRITZ!OS more versatile than ever
- New FRITZ!Box models for DSL and LTE
- Premiere for the smallest FRITZ!Box of all time – a pure wireless router
- The best Wireless AC Wave 2 for streaming in the home network
- FRITZ!OS: More features for the multimedia Smart Home
At Cebit 2015 AVM is showing new FRITZ! products for fast broadband access. Among others, these include the FRITZ!Box 7430 for purely IP-based connections and the FRITZ!Box 6820 LTE for at home and on the go. Life is becoming faster and more versatile at home as well: Surfing on the notebook and PC, streaming 4K videos, online games on consoles, tablets, smartphones and TV, and music playing on wireless multiroom systems. The users use many mobile devices concurrently and expect applications to run smoothly. What's needed here is ultra-fast, stable wireless LAN to supply data to the various devices simultaneously. And that's what the newly developed FRITZ!Box 4080 provides, which deploys multi-user MIMO technology (Wireless AC Wave 2) to supply the best wireless LAN with 2.5 Gbit/s, satisfying the high demands of today's home networks. Beginners can start with the FRITZ!Box 4020, the smallest FRITZ!Box ever. A pure wireless router like the FRITZ!Box 4080, it can be deployed flexibly on any modem. The preview of the upcoming FRITZ!OS, the FRITZ!Box software, features a new layout. The new comprehensive home network overview is one if its highlights. The new FRITZ!OS will also inform network users about cordless telephones, powerline smart plugs and wireless repeaters. And in the next version the FRITZ!Box can manage updates for all of the FRITZ! products in your network. The new FRITZ!OS is optimized for use with tablets and smartphones. AVM's slogan for Cebit 2015, "FRITZ! – Faster Home" summarizes the latest trend in the innovations presented live in operation at stand C48, hall 13.
"FRITZ! – Faster Home" – AVM at Cebit, Stand C48 in Hall 13
Cebit 2015, Monday, 16/3 through Friday, 20/3/2015, Hanover.