NetComm Wireless is significantly enhancing communication, entertainment and business applications with the advanced speed and performance capabilities of fiber connectivity.
The company has introduced the dual-access Wi-Fi Data and VoIP Gateway (News - Alert) (NF1ADV) into its new Fibre Series to this end.
The NF1ADV easily connects personal and business users to ADSL and to fiber networks when available via its Gigabit WAN port to boost applications.
NetComm Wireless’ newly announced all-in-one Wi-Fi Data and VoIP Gateway creates a powerful 300Mbps WiFi network for multiple devices.
A powerful Broadcom (News - Alert) chipset included in the device helps support business applications with significantly improved Wi-Fi coverage over extended distances.
The NF1ADV allows users to make up to four high speed wired connections to bandwidth-intensive devices and economical VoIP calls over fiber networks.
NetComm Wireless notes that the Gateway also bundles the features of multiple devices into one in order to support printing and file storage needs.
“The NF1ADV maximises online speed and performance on multiple levels with current and future network access options and the very latest in wireless and VoIP technology,” said David Stewart, managing director, NetComm Wireless. “What this means for users in Australia, New Zealand and globally is an ultra-fast and powerful online experience for a long time to come.”
The National Broadband Network (News - Alert) (NBN) ready NF1ADV also provides Internet and Retail Service Providers with a product capable of optimising their fibre service and delivering it efficiently.
Moreover, it helps improve the customer experience and reduce service provider support and operational costs thanks to its next generation IPv6 and TR-069 remote management capabilities.
NetComm was in news last year when it was chosen by Ericsson (News - Alert) to provide advanced fixed-wireless devices needed to connect rural and regional Australian households and businesses to the 2.3GHz fixed-wireless LTE broadband network.
Edited by Juliana Kenny