NETGEAR announces 4 new 3G/4G mobile broadband routers

NETGEAR announces 4 new 3G/4G mobile broadband routers
NETGEAR announced four new 3G/4G mobile broadband routers today at the 2011 Mobile World Congress. All four of the new devices will make use of Europe's 3G (HSPA+) and 4G (LTE) networks, offering both wired Ethernet ports and Wi-Fi.

"With this round of high performance mobile plus wired dual WAN routers, NETGEAR moves into new business applications, and brings high quality features from our core expertise in wired broadband gateways to mobile network operators," said Michael Clegg of NETGEAR's Service Provider Business Unit.

The new devices are as follows:
  • MBR1200: Quadband 3G HSPA+ (21Mbps x 5.76Mbps) with HSPA fallback and failover to wired FE WAN
  • MBR1310: Quadband 3G DC-HSPA+ (42Mbps x 5.7Mbps) with HSPA+/HSPA fallback and failover to wired FE WAN
  • MBR1517: Euro LTE (100Mbps x 50Mbps) with HSPA+/HSPA fallback and failover to wired FE WAN
  • MBR2000: Quadband 3G DC-HSPA+ (42Mbps x 5.7Mbps) with HSPA+/HSPA fallback and failover to ADSL2+

NETGEAR cites the incredible potential, not only for customers, but for mobile operators as well. If such high-performance networking options are available, more commercial customers might add mobile broadband to their business arsenal.

source: PR Newswire

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