ZTE H339X: The First 5G, Ethernet WAN, VDSL2 and PON hybrid home router

At Broadband World Forum 2019, ZTE Corporation, the world’s largest provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technologies for mobile Internet, today unveiled the industry’s first hybrid home router, the H339X. Supporting a number of modern access technologies, such as 5G, VDSL2, PON and Ethernet WAN, the device is designed to provide operators with a variety of broadband solutions and help them build ultra-high-performance networks.

The ZTE H339X 5G + VDSL2 hybrid home router provides broadband access in a variety of scenarios. In legacy copper infrastructure areas, users can use the H339X to overcome xDSL bandwidth limitations and achieve gigabit speeds by combining 5G and xDSL networks.

In areas where copper or fiber optic cables are not available, the H339X allows users to access broadband services over 5G and enjoy superior network performance with low speed and low latency.

The router supports 10GE Ethernet WAN technology, which allows you to create a home network in the format of “SFU + router”. The device can be used repeatedly in the process of upgrading networks.

The ZTE hybrid solution offers physical speeds of up to 3.6 Gbps, three times faster than AC1200 home routers. The device has a 10GE LAN port and 5G ultra-broadband interface.

From a hardware point of view, the H339X 5G + VDSL2 Hybrid Home Gateway is equipped with an advanced antenna grille, which ensures that the 5G and Wi-Fi bands do not interfere with each other. The shape of the X H339X symbolizes the future of infinite possibilities, reflecting the integration of the product into multiple access technology.

To date, ZTE has received 25 5G commercial contracts in major markets such as Europe, Asia Pacific, MEA, etc. ZTE allocates 10 percent of its annual revenue to research and development and plays a leading role in international standardization organizations. ZTE is committed to corporate social responsibility and is a member of the UN Global Compact.


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