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D-Link debuts a 5G Wi-Fi router at CES 2019

2019-01-07 07:00 by
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D-Link has announced its new high-speed 5G NR Enhanced Gateway (DWR-2010) at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The DWR-2010 enables download speeds more than 40x faster than current average fixed broadband download speed in the U.S. of 70 Mbps.

The router supports VoLTE and is compatible with D-Link's WiFi Mesh system, making it easier to distribute WiFi around your home. The DWR-2010 also offers customization options for service providers, making it suitable for deployment on a range of network configurations. The gateway features an embedded 5G NR (New Radio) NSA module and can operate on the sub-6 GHz or mmWave frequencies in 200 MHz (2 x 100 MHz) or 800 MHz (8 x 100 MHz) configurations. Complete with remote management (TR-069) and FOTA, the DWR-2010 provides hassle-free operation and a better customer experience.

Like a traditional Wi-Fi router, the 5G Enhanced Gateway enables users to access data either through Wi-Fi connections or Ethernet ports, starting here with a 2.5Gbps LAN, a 1Gbps WAN/LAN, and three 1Gbps LAN ports. The Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) support is practical — given today's devices — but a generation old, offering an 800Mbps connection on one band plus 1.7 Gbps of bandwidth on another. 

The 5G NR Enhanced Gateway will be available in the second half of 2019. Pricing will vary depending on preferred service providers.

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