Cebit debut:FRITZ!Box for new LTE broadband technologyHigh speed and full convenience with WLAN N, telephone system, and DECT telephones

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AVM GmbH, Communication
Alt-Moabit 95, 10559 Berlin
Germany
www.avm.de, press@avm.de

Press office
Urban Bastert
Phone +49 30 39976-214
u.bastert@avm.de









Cebit 2011: FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE

Cebit debut: FRITZ!Box for new LTE broadband technology
High speed and full convenience with
WLAN N, telephone system, and DECT telephones

 New FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE for fast broadband access via LTE
 With LTE, AVM is focusing on current broadband router features
 Fast Internet with WLAN and Gigabit for everyone in the home network

Berlin/Hanover. AVM is presenting a FRITZ!Box for the new LTE mobile phone
standard at Cebit 2011. AVM’s very first LTE device, the new FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE
combines all the functions important for communication in a single device –
WLAN N, Gigabit, network storage, a telephone system, and a DECT base station.
With the FRITZ!Box LTE, several users can connect to broadband via LTE radio at
the same time, meaning that all the important features for the home network are
ready for use around the clock on the LTE connection as well.

FRITZ!Box means fast Internet for everyone in the home network
With the FRITZ!Box LTE, all devices in the home network have fast access to the
Internet. Via a single device – the FRITZ!Box – PCs, notebooks, games consoles, and
even the television can benefit immediately from the exciting new speeds of LTE. Data
access by several computers via LTE requires end devices with a corresponding
processor output. The FRITZ!Box serves this function and is ready at any time. An
additional advantage is the incorporation of telephony and connection options for various
telephone terminal equipment. The new FRITZ!Box supports both LTE frequency bands
– 800 MHz for scarcely populated rural areas, and 2.6 GHz for use in urban areas.

Press Release
Cebit 2011
1 March 2011


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AVM GmbH, Communication
Alt-Moabit 95, 10559 Berlin
Germany
www.avm.de, press@avm.de

Press office
Urban Bastert
Phone +49 30 39976-214
u.bastert@avm.de


New LTE Standard relies fully on IP
With the introduction of LTE, mobile phone providers are relying on the technical
advantages offered by the available broadband networks ADSL and cable. The fourth
generation of the wireless network standard is based fully on the Internet protocol (IP).
Apart from the continuous orientation towards IP, OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplex), a modulation procedure of the air interface already known from ADSL and
WLAN, will be used. And by using MIMO technology, LTE applies a further procedure
known from WLAN technology. Several antennas increase data rates, which currently
achieve a maximum of 100 Mbit/s for downloads and 50 Mbit/s for uploads. This makes
LTE's data rates comparable to broadband via VDSL and cable.

FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE: top-notch features including telephony
The FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE offers the usual range of functions from AVM. WLAN N –
optionally in the 2.4-GHz or 5-GHz bands – and Gigabit Ethernet connections allow fast
connection to the home network. Up to six mobile components can be connected to the
integrated DECT base station. The use of analog telephones is also possible. The same
convenient features from the fixed-line network are also available. All of these
FRITZ!Box features mean that the LTE connection can completely replace the previous
fixed-line connection. Thanks to the integrated NAS functionality (Network Attached
Storage), the FRITZ!Box LTE makes photos, music, videos, and other files available
right across the network. Devices such as storage media or printers connected via USB
2.0 can also be accessed in the home network via print and media servers – even when
the computer is switched off. FRITZ!Box LTE fully supports the new IPv6 Internet
protocol.

Broadband Internet even for rural areas
A fast Internet connection has become standard in numerous German households, but
there are still several areas in Germany without a broadband connection or with low
transfer rates. These areas can obtain a fast broadband Internet connection with the LTE
mobile phone network. The LTE network is based on (among other things) the previous
TV frequency of 800 MHz. This makes it ideal for supplying scarcely populated rural
areas with fast Internet.

For a live demonstration of the FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE, head to AVM’s Cebit stand
C48 in Hall 13.