'Swisscom unveils ADSL/VDSL/FTTH router'
Jul 23, 2010 (DMEUROPE via COMTEX) --
Swisscom has unveiled a new generation of xDSL router called Centro
grande. The router support both ADSL and VDSL technology, offers WLAN
802.11n and will also be available in a fibre-optic-compatible version
on request. The new router will be available in Swisscom Shops from the
beginning of August of this year. The electricity consumption of the
Centro! grande in standby mode has been reduced by more than 25 per
cent compared with current WLAN routers. Users can also reduce their
energy consumption by switching WLAN off when they don't need a
wireless connection, by pressing the ECO button or using the internet
scheduler in the Swisscom Customer Centre. The router has Ethernet and
VoIP connections for services such as Swisscom TV, Internet and VoIP.
Centro grande will be available with a DSL contract for CHF 149.
Customers who do not want a WLAN connection will receive a Centro
piccolo router free of charge when they sign a contract.
Distributed for DMeurope.com via M2 Communications (www.m2.com)
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