TP-Link, a renowned supplier of wired and wireless network solutions, is going to release a new wireless dual-band router model, codenamed TL-WDR4300. The launch of the new product is scheduled for the end of September. This router will be characterized by an optimized efficiency and simultaneous employment of two band frequencies.
The combination of two bands promoted for the increase of speed to 450 Mb/sec at 5 GHz frequency and 300 Mb/sec at 2.4 GHz frequency. As a result, the overall bandwidth approximates 750 Mb/sec. This allows the user to enable up to a dozen of channel-sensitive applications and provide for their quick operation.
TL-WDR4300 is equipped with a couple of USB 2.0 ports which are predetermined to organize a joint access towards files, media data or printers, and enable a joint access of several PCs via local network by means of FTP-server. This way, the user will get permanent access towards the necessary data. This model is able to support QoS on IP basis, permitting the customer to employ the bandwidth in the most sensible way. It boasts control option over the traffic stoppage, eliminating unreasonable or non-authorized usage of bandwidth.
To continue, the router is capable to receive and transmit data at two frequency bands (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz). This way a single router might serve the needs of two routers at a time. Due to this fact, the user receives a unique opportunity to work with routine Internet applications at high speeds. The network capacity from WAN to LAN achieves 800 Mb/sec.