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BelCel (Diallog) launches new C-motech CDMA router

14 Sep 2010

Belarusian mobile operator BelCel, which offers services under the Diallog brand name, has begun selling a new C-motech CNU-680 PRO CDMA router, capable of supporting CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A technology over a USB or Ethernet link. The cellco’s press release confirmed the C-motech router is capable of transmitting and receiving data at speeds up to 1.8Mbps and 3.1Mbps, respectively. The modem has two external antennas, status lights and a network connector for external (remote) antenna. The C-motech CNU-680 PRO has a built-in DHCP server that allows the user to configure the network without having to configure up to 253 workstations.

Belarus, BelCel (Diallog)

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