10 Oct 2011

AVM demonstrates 100 Mbit/s and above for VDSL, Cable and LTE

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AVM demonstrated over 100 Mbit/s speed with their Fritz!Box routers in Broadband World Forum in Paris for every type of connection – VDSL, Cable and LTE.

The gradual introduction of LTE in Europe, coupled with improved infrastructure for VDSL and cable, means that widespread broadband Internet is a real possibility for the future. Thanks to its own development work, AVM is already a step ahead and is currently able to offer the right FRITZ!Box for every connection. The complete range of top-quality models is capable of throughputs of 100 Mbit/s and above.

WLAN N, gigabit Ethernet, DECT, NAS, multimedia applications and a whole host of other features are paving the way for a diverse range of applications in the fields of communication and entertainment, as well as home or office networking, regardless of the connection. Additional FRITZ! products, such as the wireless FRITZ!Fon models, the multifunctional FRITZ!WLAN Repeater, and the new FRITZ!Powerline devices can be easily integrated into the FRITZ!Box network. What’s more, the complete range of products will be kept at the forefront of technology by way of regular firmware updates. As a leading manufacturer, AVM is already building on the IPv6, which means that users and customers alike are already equipped for the future in the best way possible.

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