Increasingly more companies are betting on the technology 5G. Only days before the congress ETUC 2019, D-Link announced a new router and modem for the home, to abandon the traditional connection to a cable or DSL line in favor of the access to the network 5G.
The device improved D-Link DWR-2010 5G NR Enhanced Gateway, compatible with 5G, supports download speeds of up to 3Gbps, which is up to 40 times faster than the average speed of broadband in the homes of the united States. The average speed of fixed line broadband is around 70Mbps, said the company, citing a report from Forbes.
In addition to faster speeds, the new router 5G D-Link will work with other Wifi routers in the enterprise to create a mesh network, known as “mesh network”. It is also compatible with the capabilities of voice over LTE, or VoLTE. Comes with five Ethernet ports, and support for four external antennas for access networks, LTE and 5G NR. Essentially,the new D-Link 5G NR is as a “hotspot” for your house.
“With a spread spectrum and new applications, and 5G will bring more competition to the broadband market in the coming years,” he said in a press release Raman Bridwell, vice president of products and services of D-Link. “This door will help more people to access the network in more places with the same experience of fixed line that we have today.”
Although 5G is able to provide connectivity speeds faster than what is possible today in 4G LTE networks, the technology also promises connections for lower latency and more bandwidth. This will 5G be a good choice for wireless game without delays, autonomous vehicles, and better intelligent cities when it is released. The technology may also help provide faster Internet access and reliable in rural areas, where broadband may not be available.
Price and availability D-Link DWR-2010 5G NR Enhanced Gateway not released yet, but you can find it at some point in the second half of the year through a local operator. The company also announced what operator partners is working, or if the router will be sold as a model unlocked which will be compatible with a variety of operators. The wireless service provider Verizon, for example, has already started implementing its service, Verizon 5G Home in limited areas, while its rival AT&T is on its way to a pricing strategy levels for subscriptions wireless 5G.
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