Toronto’s newest and largest fiber optic company, Fiber Optics, is offering a new product for $250,000 that is designed to be a cheaper alternative to traditional cable or satellite internet services.
The new product, called the Fiber Optic Wireless Router, can provide a faster connection to homes and businesses using wireless technology.
“We believe that if you are looking to reduce your internet bill, Fiber will help you save money,” said Dan McArthur, CEO of Fiber Optes, in a news release announcing the new product.
The company says it will be launching its new product in mid-January, but has not yet set a price.
“If you are a consumer looking to cut costs, we are proud to offer you this affordable solution,” said McArthur.
Fiber Optys wireless router can be purchased from Fiber Opties website or from select retailers.
Its specifications are: It will support 802.11ac wireless technology, providing speeds up to 25 megabits per second (Mbps) or up to 100Mbps (1Gbps).
It will also support Gigabit Ethernet, providing data speeds of up to 10Mbps (30Mbps) and gigabit speeds of over 500Mbps (1000Mbps).
The router will support a range of speeds from 100Mbps to 500Mbps, which is faster than typical cable and satellite internet connections.
It will include Wi-Fi Direct, meaning that the router will connect to the Internet with your smartphone or tablet.
It also includes 802.15ac wireless support, which means the router can send data at speeds of 50Mbps (80Mbps) to 500 Mbps.
The Fiber Optis wireless router will be sold as a standalone product, with the company promising that it will also be available with accessories, such as an antenna and a USB cable.
The wireless router’s price tag is $250 for the device, $100 for the router itself, and $50 for a bundle.
It comes with a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen display, a 3-megapixel camera, 802.1.1 Wi-fi connectivity, Bluetooth 4.1 and a Wi-AC adapter.
Fiber says that it has plans to launch a fiber-optic broadband service in the coming months.