The widespread 5G roll-out by different service providers has made wireless home broadband a very real possibility. The ability of 5G to support a denser subscriber base compared to 4G means that traditional consumer networking equipment vendors are bringing out a variety of 5G gateways to sell into the service-provider market for CPE (consumer premises equipment). At CES 2020, D-Link announced that the DWR-2010 5G NR Enhanced Gateway (made public last year) now sports support for 5G in the sub-6 GHz band while delivering AX3000-class Wi-Fi connectivity on the other side. Key specifications include downlink speeds of up to 4 Gbps (5G) / 2 Gbps (4G LTE+), 3x1Gb and 1x2.5Gb LAN ports, a 1Gbps WAN port, 1 USB 3.0 port, a single SIM slot and...
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