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Wireless communication at home is revolutionized with Gigaset H49data - Wireless surfing at home speeds up from 1.6 to up to 10Mbps

Wireless communication at home is revolutionized with Gigaset H49data
- Wireless surfing at home speeds up from 1.6 to up to 10Mbps
With the new product Gigaset H49data people at home can easily build up a wireless network.
- Cross-reference: photo is available at: Hannover (ots) - Web surfers who want highspeed Internet access at home will welcome the news that Siemens has increased the transmission speed of its Gigaset H49data products from 1.6 to up to 10 Mbps. The jump in transmission speed will allow people at home to download huge data files such as games, videos or audio streaming and also interactively exchange those data files between each other. Up to eight members can be integrated into this private network. Installation is easy: users simply connect their notebook or PC via the USB (Universal Serial Bus) Adapter Gigaset H497data or PC-Card Gigaset H498data to the basestation Gigaset H4900data. The PC-Card is compatible with every notebook, as well as other web-based devices (e.g. Siemens SIMpad SL4) with a standard PC-Card slot. Customers who already own the previous Gigaset H48data range will be pleased to hear that the original USB-Adapter Gigaset H487data and PC-Card Gigaset H488data are compatible with the new Gigaset H4900data Basestation. Christoph Caselitz, President of Cordless Products within the Information and Communication Mobile Group said: "Siemens Gigaset H49data is a must for anyone using DSL or cable at home. The speeds offered by this updated version, combined with the quick and simple installation of devices will enhance the quality of life of our customers - the times of quarrelling over Internet access are finally history." The Siemens Gigaset H4900data Basestation, the USB Adapter Gigaset H497data and the PC Card H498data will be available from this summer onwards. The "mobile life @ home" product world The Gigaset H49data is the latest product to be launched from Siemens 'mobile life @ home' communication concept, which encompasses much more than just sophisticated data communication networks. It means that all Siemens cordless products can be combined easily and tailored to individuals' or groups of peoples' communication needs, whether they want to share information between several notebooks, or simply use their cordless Siemens Gigaset telephone whilst surfing the net from their PC. The users' existing infrastructure is taken into consideration, as 'mobile life @ home' offers voice and data products for analogue lines, ISDN, cable or DSL and all products are completely scalable, allowing consumers to combine new products with existing ones. The 'mobile life @ home' range starts with basic cordless phones such as the Gigaset 200 up to the stylish Gigaset 4000 Micro products mainly for those who just want to talk wirelessly. Voice and data integration is simple via the Gigaset 4170isdn - a basestation for data communication, that integrates easily with all existing cordless Gigaset phones. Users who need even faster data access will choose the new Gigaset H49data range which also allows many different users to share a network at the same time - wherever they are at home. Caselitz: "Communicating without wires at home is one of the biggest demands of today's customers. Since broadband technology such as ISDN, cable and DSL is widely spread this demand also refers to wireless data communication. Siemens is the only company that offers a complete range of wireless products that are entirely scalable - enabling consumers to build their own 'mobile life @ home' in stages." Entry to the 'mobile life @ home' world is easy, as a simple Gigaset voice product opens the door to a wireless world at home. Adding wireless printing and web access capabilities can be done easily and when desired. The Siemens Information and Communication Mobile Group (IC Mobile) offers the complete range of mobile solutions including mobile devices, infrastructure and applications. Devices include mobile phones, wireless modules, mobile organizers and cordless phones as well as products for wireless home networks. The infrastructure portfolio includes GSM, GPRS and 3G mobile network technologies from base stations and switching systems to intelligent networks, e.g. for prepaid services. Mobile Applications cover end-to-end solutions for Messaging, Location Based Services or Mobile Payment. For the fiscal year 2001 (September 30), IC Mobile recorded sales of EUR 11.3 billion and employed 30,730 people worldwide. You can access further information about Siemens IC Mobile on the Internet at You can access press releases, photographs and further information on the Internet at: Two photographs accompany this press release. You can access the photos on the Internet at URL: More product information is available at: ots Originaltext: Siemens AG Internet: More product information is also available from our PR agency Weber Shandwick at: Tel: +44 (0)20 7950 2104, email: Original-Content von: Siemens AG, übermittelt durch news aktuell

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