D-Link DWR-2010 5G-Powered Home Router Launched Ahead of CES 2019

ust ahead of CES 2019, D-Link has released its new 5G NR Enhanced Gateway (also known as the DWR-2010) router. This is a home router that does not need an RJ45 Ethernet cable or a modem to be plugged in. Instead, it uses 5G mobile networks to deliver Wi-Fi connectivity to household devices. So you’ll only need a power socket to plug this router in and a 5G SIM to latch on to a 5G network. Support for 5G networks is expected to be a huge part of CES 2019 with most other manufacturers speculated to launch 5G powered devices RTX 2060.

This may herald warning bells for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) as it is a direct competitor to wired broadband. With 5G adoption expected to accelerate in 2019, the D-Link 5G NR Enhanced Gateway couldn’t have launched at a better time. With the new DWR-2010, users won’t need the existing broadband infrastructure or lay any extra cabling to connect to the internet hplaptops.

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