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Communication & Networks

Unbeatable bandwidth - two VDSL modems in a single device

LANCOM is at CeBIT 2018 to unveil its new 1906VA-4G high-end router, an alternative to fiber-optic connections, which in many places are still not available. This solution offers unprecedented data throughput for All-IP connections thanks to a second modem.

04 May. 2018
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LANCOM 1906VA-4G Router

The more networked today's companies become, the more complex their bandwidth requirements. Increasing numbers of digital applications such as cloud services, conference systems and high-resolution streaming need bandwidths that in many places are not yet available - and won't be available for years to come. Although a comprehensive supply network with fast fiber-optic connections has been on the political agenda for a number of years, such changes can take a long time, as we all know. Using a number of Internet connections such as VDSL in parallel is an alternative. However, this calls for a router that supports multiple DSL connections simultaneously, thus providing sufficient bandwidth for all network applications. This is where the unique 1906 series from LANCOM comes in. The leading German manufacturer of network solutions for business customers and the public sector is unveiling the high-end LANCOM 1906VA-4G router at CeBIT 2018.

For the first time, the LANCOM 1906VA-4G router combines two VDSL modems in just one device, delivering unprecedented data throughput for All-IP connections. The entire range of a company's digital applications are distributed across all lines used through highly efficient load balancing, thereby maximizing the available bandwidth. Adding LTE Advanced as an Internet backup also ensures uninterrupted availability of mission-critical applications.

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LANCOM Systems GmbH (52146 Würselen, Germany), Hall 13, Stand C112