Billed as "NBN-ready" and running with "the latest generation of blisteringly fast AC5300 Wi-Fi speeds, COBRA boasts a built-in VDSL2 and ADSL2+ Modem, dedicated Gigabit WAN port and four Gigabit LAN ports". Is the NBN ready for D-Link's COBRA?
Qualcomm Technologies has announced a 802.11AX portfolio: the IPQ8074 system-on-chip for network infrastructure and the QCA6290 solution for client devices.
When you have the fastest router on the planet, it nicely shows up the inadequacy of your Internet connection. The kicker is that your Internet speed can range from few Mbps to a few hundred Mbps depending on your ISP, but it is nice to know that this router can handle them all with lots more headroom.
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