AfricaCom 2012 is gearing up to welcome converging telecoms, media and ICT sectors from November 13-15 at the Cape Town International Convention Center in South Africa. With more than 200 speakers and 125 hours of value-packed content, it promises to be an exciting and thought-provoking event.
Aviat (News - Alert) Networks Inc., an expert in microwave networking solutions, will be demoing its LTE-proven microwave solutions at booth B2, providing mobile operators an opportunity to acquaint themselves with the advantages of the company's LTE (News - Alert) technology.
Backed by 50 years of industry experience, Aviat Networks claims to understand microwave transmission better than anyone else and is well-positioned to deliver high-performance, all-outdoor, zero-footprint microwave solutions that provide the flexibility and scalability required for IP/Ethernet centric networking applications.
In addition to being well-placed to provide these critical microwave solutions for numerous applications, Aviat Networks has a deep understanding of large LTE deployments.
The microwave networking specialist will hence provide African mobile operators information about LTE backhaul, sorting out many confusions and uncertainties that exist.
For African operators looking to modernize their networks by either adding capacity, reducing complexity or migrating to IP, Aviat Networks’ LTE-proven microwave backhaul solutions will prove very useful. These solutions provide the most comprehensive IP transport features and will allow African operators to make a smooth migration to an all IP networks if required at a later date.
Aviat Networks has also announced that AT&T (News - Alert) Government solutions has named it to provide tactical communications equipment to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Under this contract, Aviat will design, build, install and maintain microwave communications facilities for DHS and other federal government agencies, including the White House Communications Agency and the Departments of Interior, Justice and State.
Edited by Braden Becker