The do-it-all router for DSL connections: the new FRITZ!Box 7583
With the new FRITZ!Box 7583, AVM is expanding its portfolio with a powerful model for DSL expansion phases. The FRITZ!box 7583 is designed especially for fast kinds of connection: VDSL vectoring, 35b supervectoring and G.fast. Thanks to bonding, the FRITZ!Box 7583 can also provide DSL speeds, which are are bundled to offer double the transmission rates. In single-line operation the FRITZ!Box 7583 achieves download rates of up to 300 Mbit/s with 35b supervectoring and 2 Gbit/s with G.fast (212 MHz). Through bonding, data rates of up to 600 Mbit/s or 4 Gbit/s can be achieved. The FRITZ!Box provides users with fast internet, telephony and innovative Mesh and Smart Home functions in a single device. When it comes to high-performance home networking, the FRITZ!Box 7583 offers dual-band wireless AC+N, four gigabit LAN ports, a complete telephone system and a DECT base station. The new FRITZ!Box supports Mesh upon delivery and is equipped with the new FRITZ!OS 7.10. Users can extend the Mesh system of the FRITZ!Box with other FRITZ! products such as repeaters and powerline products in a modular manner, enabling stable connections in large residential or office environments. Via two ISDN S₀ interfaces, the FRITZ!Box 7583 offers four channels for business telephone systems (SIP trunking) and permits the use of existing ISDN infrastructure. This makes the new model particularly suitable for use in the business sector and is available from specialist retailers and systems vendors. The FRITZ!Box 7583 is available now in Germany for 329 euros (RRP).
Well-equipped: dual-band wireless LAN, gigabit LAN, two ISDN S₀ interfaces
Four gigabit LAN ports, a WAN port and high-speed wireless LAN enable data to be distributed quicklythroughout the network. The FRITZ!Box 7583 exchanges data in the wireless LAN at gigabit speeds: With 4 x 4 Multi-User MIMO, rates of 1733 Mbit/s are achieved on the 5-GHz frequency band alone. Another 600 Mbit/s are added on the 2.4 GHz band. With two fast USB 3.0 ports and NAS functionality expanded to include a media server and integrated online storage, the FRITZ!Box 7583 opens up new potential applications in the network. Even when the computer is switched off, content from USB or online storage media are available to the entire network. The FRITZ!Box 7583 is the first FRITZ!Box equipped with two internal ISDN S₀ interfaces. Via these two ISDN S₀ interfaces, the FRITZ!Box 7583 offers four channels for business telephone systems (SIP trunking) and permits the use of existing ISDN infrastructure. The convenient integrated telecom system also integrates IP telephones via wireless LAN/LAN and the SIP protocol. Analog telephones, fax machines or intercom systems can also be connected to the new FRITZ!Box.
The technical highlights of the FRITZ!Box 7583
- Supports single line and bonding of G.fast (106 MHz and 212 MHz) and VDSL including 35b supervectoring
- The FRITZ!Box 7583 does not support ADSL, (AVM recommends the FRITZ!Box 7590 for ADSL)
- 4 x 4 dual-band Wireless AC+N with Multi-User MIMO (1,733 Mbit/s + 800 Mbit/s)
- 1 gigabit WAN port
- 4 gigabit LAN ports for PCs, game consoles, and more
- 2 USB 3.0 ports for printers and storage media (NAS)
- DECT base station for up to 6 telephones and Smart Home applications
- 2 ports for analog telephones or fax machines
- 2 ISDN S₀ ports, suitable for SIP trunking
- FRITZ!OS with parental controls, media server, FRITZ!NAS, wireless guest access, MyFRITZ!