- D-LINK Ships Wireless ADSL2+ Modems in Region
An aussie based PR from D-Link informs us today of their plans to start shipping a new range of modems designed for the use of more advanced ADSL2+ technology. ADSL2+ is capable of download speeds of up to 24Mbps (as opposed to 8Mbps for standard ADSL), and also overcomes the distance limitations from the 'local' exchange which ADSL experiences. D-Link's first ADSL2+ modem to be distributed is their "DSL-G604T Wireless High-Speed ADSL Router" and you can now view the product details over at DLink's official site. Further details within DLink's supporting PR.
Sydney and Auckland, Aug 16 , 2004 - D-Link, a worldwide leader in design, development, and manufacturing of networking, broadband, wireless, and communications technologies, today announced plans to introduce and ship ADSL2+ modems as of today.
ADSL2+ is being tipped to become the new standard in ADSL broadband technology. Capable of increasing download speeds from 8Mbps to 24Mbps, ADSL2+ also overcomes distance from the exchange limitations currently being experienced by normal ADSL technology.
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