Fujitsu unveils gigabit access router in Japan

Tuesday 17 May 2011 | 13:24 CET | News
Fujitsu has released the Si-R 6200, a gigabit access router that delivers 650 Mbps in VPN throughput, in Japan. As it can accommodate WAN services in excess of 100 Mbps, such as FLET'S Hikari Next or au Hikari, it can even be used as a centre router, and the router can also be used for medium-sized branch offices. It can also accommodate LTE and other high-speed wireless WAN services when a data communication card (sold separately) is used and the router can also be used to set up virtual networks at temporary offices or event venues. In addition, as with other models in the Si-R series, the

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Categories: Fixed / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Fujitsu
Countries: Japan
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