D-Link 5G Devices Support Speeds up to 3Gbps

At CES 2020, D-Link has introduced a line of 5G network products that are capable of delivering speeds up to 3Gbps.


Literally thousands of products have been introduced at CES this year. Maybe some of the most impactful of these new products will be the new D-Link 5G line of networking devices.

D-Link says the launch of these products helps service providers and consumers take advantage of the growing adoption of 5G network technologies.

“With expanded and new applications, 5G is going to bring more competition to the broadband market within the coming years,” says Raman Bridwell, Vice President of product and services, D-Link Systems, Inc.

“These solutions will help more people access that network in more places with the same wireline experience we have today.”

D-Link 5G Products Include Gateway Devices

During the annual global trade event, D-Link announced three 5G products. Highlighting these products is the company’s 5G NR Enhanced Gateway that utilizes a sub-6 GHz frequency. The other two products include a 5G Gateway and a 5G NR Outdoor Unit.

Here is a brief look at the features included in the new D-Link 5G products:

5G NR Enhanced Gateway:

  • Supports 5G NR Sub-6 GHz
  • Downlink up to 4 Gbps (5G)
  • Downlink up to 2 Gbps (LTE 4G+)
  • AX3000 Wi-Fi 6
  • 3 x 1 Gigabit LAN ports and 1 x 2.5 Gigabit LAN port
  • Gigabit WAN port
  • USB 3.0 port
  • SIM slot
  • Voice RJ-11 port

5G Gateway

  • Supports 5G NR Sub-6 GHz
  • Downlink up to 1 Gbps (5G)
  • AC2600 11ac
  • Four Gigabit LAN ports and a Gigabit WAN port
  • USB 2.0 port
  • SIM slot

5G NR Outdoor Unit

  • Supports 5G NR Sub-6 GHz+mmWave
  • IP45 waterproof
  • Temperature tolerance -40 to 55 degree C (-47.2 to 131 degrees F)
  • Supports PoE
  • 1×5 Gbps port
  • SIM port
  • Works with EZFi app

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