Forming part of ZyXEL’s mobile access solution, the 4G LTE-A 802.11ac Wi-Fi HomeSpot Router enables users to connect with a variety of mobile broadband services all over the world, thanks to its latest carrier aggregation technology compatible with LTE, DC-HSPA+/ HSPA/ UMTS and EDGE/ GPRS/ GSM. The LTE4506 is the only device in the mobile home router category with LTE category 6 compliance and the carrier aggregation technology delivers downlink data rates of up to 300Mbps – twice that of category 4.
Lightning-fast Internet connectivity
The LTE4506 is a pioneer in portable routers with LTE Category 6 compliance. The Carrier Aggregation technology delivers downlink data rates of up to 300 Mbps – twice the Category 4 and is better than fixed-line Ethernet.
One-touch WiFi sharing
The main purpose of portable routers is to share Internet connectivity with others. With the latest 802.11ac WiFi technology, the LTE4506 provides AC1200 Simultaneous Dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) WiFi services that is capable of supporting up to 32 simultaneous users. To share WiFi more conveniently, the LTE4506 provides a One-Touch button on the top for users to turn on the WiFi sharing function with ease.
“An ideal companion for any family holiday or even small business users, the LTE 4506 delivers faster downloads and higher data rates from the 4G network. The device also enables service providers to deliver higher network capacity to customers and they can offer new apps and services that rely on higher data rates, such as mobile video streaming and gaming,” said Wayne Hwang, Vice President of Zyxel’s Service Provider SBU.
Apichart Choempraphai, Thailand Country Manager of Zyxel, said: “In the past, family or small business in Thailand normally had 1 – 3 computers connecting to the internet at a location. But at present, the connected devices at a premise increase. There are mobile phones, smart appliances and portable devices surfing the net 24 hours a day, require high-capacity router. This will explode further as we see the introduction of more smart devices and the Internet of Things becomes a reality soon, with Statista Research estimating 4G subscriptions to reach 267 million by 2020 in Europe as example.”