AVM, the Berlin communication specialist, will unveil its new FRITZ!Box WLAN 3370.
The first device in its performance class, relies on the latest generation of WLAN N standards. Data transfer rates are increased to up to 450 Mbit/s and WLAN coverage is significantly greater. The FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 6360 will also be premiered – AVM will roll out its FRITZ!Box with integrated cable modem for Internet access via cable TV. AVM will also show off many new innovations for ADSL, network, WLAN and DECT wireless at its stand, C48 in Hall 13. AVM CEO, Johannes Nill, presented the new products at a press conference on the first day of the trade fair. Nill: “What people really want is more speed and better networking. This is exactly what we are focusing on and our new products and innovations meet this need.”
As the first device in its performance class, the new FRITZ!Box WLAN 3370 relies on the latest generation of WLAN N technology. Data transfer rates are increased to up to 450 Mbit/s and WLAN coverage is significantly greater. At the same time, a whole range of technical innovations has made data transfer considerably more robust, especially when traffic is heavy. In conjunction with the integrated VDSL/ADSL modem and four gigabit Ethernet connections, the FRITZ!Box is the ideal platform for handling complex applications such as multiple HD videos, HD-IPTV or games all at the same time.
FRITZ!Box 6360 integrates Internet, and IPTV for cable TV connections
AVM will debut its FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 6360 for cable connections at the CeBIT 2010. The integrated cable modem already supports the anticipated Euro Docsis 3 standard with speeds of more than 100 Mbit/s. The standard, with its cross-version compatibility, means that the box is in sync with earlier cable connections (Docsis 2). The new FRITZ!Box 6360 comes equipped with all of the convenient functions offered by the top-of-the-line AVM models. High-speed WLAN N, four gigabit Ethernet connections and a USB 2.0 port guarantee the best possible network connections. The extensive features are enhanced by the connection options for cordless phones (DECT/CAT-iq) and the integrated telephone system (Internet/fixed-line).