Major manufacturer of high-quality access and backhaul equipment data for data communications and telecommunications use, Transition Networks (News - Alert), is planning to showcase its full suite of mobile backhaul products this week at the Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam. These products are meant to provide a comprehensive set of solutions for any generation of mobile backhaul migration.
As network operators worldwide make the change to next generation networks, whether 4G LTE (News - Alert) or otherwise, the demand for the migration of mobile backhaul services has reached a fever pitch. Transition Networks' IP/Ethernet mobile backhaul products can help facilitate this migration to faster, more reliable and secure networks.
"Operators require mobile backhaul strategies that can accommodate traffic and deployment plans for the future while also maintaining their legacy networks for current 2G and 3G services," said Kevin Faulds, director of Product Management at Transition Networks. "The solutions we are debuting at the Broadband World Forum address the needs of European Service Providers, and with this year marking our 25th anniversary as a leading global network equipment manufacturer, we are committed to designing products with a true focus on customer requirements for providing a less intrusive, streamlined approach for supporting both legacy and next generation networks."
Transition's portfolio features a broad range of products relating to mobile backhaul – TDM, circuit emulation services (CES (News - Alert)) over IP, and Carrier Ethernet aggregation and NID – providing mobile operators with access to a variety of technologies both old and new. For example, the company's Fiber TDM products allow operators that are still using TDM as their primary voice service to migrate to TDM over fiber while retaining existing TDM infrastructure.
Transition Networks' Mobile Backhaul solutions will be on display from October 16-18 at the Broadband World Forum at stand B6.
The company also recently expanded its Network Interface Device portfolio with the release of the S3280-TST, a device which expands on advanced timing over packet networks and is specifically designed to allow telecom and cable providers to deploy scalable services quickly.
Edited by Braden Becker