At the Mobile World Congress, Taqua, LLC, a supplier of next-generation wireline and wireless IP Multimedia switching and backhaul solutions, will showcase its advanced IP-peering and non-line of sight (NLOS) backhaul products. Taqua (News - Alert) will be in booth 2.1B27 at the event that will take place from Feb. 14-17 in Barcelona.
Through its IP backhaul solutions solutions, Taqua is meeting the requirements of network providers who are looking to add capacity, improve coverage, and ensure the most efficient method of transporting multimedia data across disparate carrier networks. The solutions from Taqua provide both enhanced coverage and capacity at the cell network’s edge, and network-to-network peering that cost effectively and securely transports multimedia.
“Taqua’s W-Series of NLOS wireless backhaul systems provides a flexible, high capacity backhaul solution for small cell sites that enable the 21st Century Cell Tower,” said Scott Weidenfeller, Taqua’s chief marketing officer, in a press release. “For IP-peering, T7000 Intelligent Switching System flexibly interconnects operator IP networks to deliver secure, reliable and high quality IP services across a distribution network that links mobile and fixed operators.”
Providing flexible, high capacity backhaul for small cell sites, Taqua W-Series NLOS Wireless Backhaul System is used in conjunction with any standards based small cell site – picocells, outdoor femtocells, and WiFi (News - Alert) hotspots. This easy to install solution can be deployed at wall or pole mounting on light or utility poles. Taqua uses techniques to maximize throughput within urban and suburban environments to ultimately help deliver a true wireless broadband experience to the wireless operator’s end-user subscribers.
A high-density media gateway, Taqua’s T7000 Intelligent Switching System is capable of providing the necessary high capacity IP-IP and IP-TDM media gateway (MG) and media processing/server function (MRF). Since the architecture of T7000 is flexible, it allows for per-channel allocation of each resource for transcoding or gateway on a per-session basis.
Taqua is a supplier of next-generation wireline and wireless switching, backhaul systems and applications. Recently, the company partnered with Star Solutions, a supplier of network infrastructure products that enable CDMA/GSM wireless operators to reach customers using Internet Protocol technology.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee