19 Dec 2012

DOVADO routers promise 4G mobile to UK homes and offices

DOVADO, 3G and 4G/LTE mobile broadband routers and software supplier, reveals that its 4G-optimized DOMA and TINY routers support the Huawei E392 USB modem available to subscribers on the Everything Everywhere (EE) network in the UK.

The DOVADO routers can be used to share ultra-fast 4G mobile broadband, with speeds comparable with those of the fixed line national average, easily via Ethernet and WiFi across their home or office (with up to 32 devices connected simultaneously).

As such, says the company, consumers will be able to replace their fixed line with flexible, mobile broadband without any detriment to the speeds they receive.

“4G LTE deployments around the world have begun to pick up a head of steam with Everything Everywhere becoming the first to launch in the UK, delivering mobile broadband speeds that match and can even outpace the average fixed line connection,” said Erik Arthur, CEO DOVADO.

By plugging their dongle into a DOVADO router, users can share their super-fast 4G mobile broadband connection across their home or office. Thanks to the 4G speeds supported by the company’s routers, many users could now even replace their fixed line.

“With DOVADO’s routers, EE customers with Huawei E392 USB modems are able to share their ultra-fast connections across their homes and offices, receiving a service equal to that of their fixed line," added Arthur.

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