The drive toward mobility and the support of the mobile employee is changing the dynamics and the demands within today’s enterprise. For the mobile operator, the growing capacity demands on the network are forcing a new approach to support business models, creating opportunities for wireless backhaul providers such as Transition Networks (News - Alert) to lend a hand.
As captured on this Transition Networks page, the most vital link between the operator’s core network and the wireless radio equipment is mobile backhaul. Throughout the world, mobile operators are optimizing the network to handle the significant growth and demand for innovative data applications, implementing the best wireless backhaul solutions to ensure efficient operations.
There are significant challenges inherent in shifting to 3G or even complete IP 4G/LTE (News - Alert) solutions, especially when the operator is still trying to maintain the current 2G TDM wireless backend. As a result, a plan focused on stages is often needed to relieve current constraints on backhaul capacity. Protecting current TDM infrastructure investments is critical and Transition Networks is committed to preserving legacy networks, while also providing solutions to support a new class in carrier technologies and products.
With Transition’s focus on wireless backhaul with its Packetband-TDM product line, a cost effective migration from an environment of complete TDM backhaul to the full implementation of Carrier Ethernet is possible. This line of products is designed to support convergence from wireless backhaul TDM to all IP with the latest in TDM over IP capabilities. The focus is to protect the current investments, while also supporting the migration to MPLS, IP or Ethernet network transport.
Service providers that need wireless backhaul support and the means to accelerate the convergence to an environment of all IP 4G/LTE wireless backhaul demands proven solutions, as well as Ethernet services proven to adhere to the high quality service level agreements (SLAs) they already have in place.
Thanks to the broad Network Interface Devices (NIDs) portfolio available from Transition Networks, a necessary and intelligent demarcation is available for Service Provider and mobile wireless backhaul operators. The chassis is available in Multi-Service or stand-alone versions, compatible with various features and port counts. Each port can be independently designed for ITU Y.1731, SOAM, IEEE (News - Alert) 802.1ag or IEEE 802.3ah.
Transition Networks is focused on ensuring performance that lasts, providing carrier class NIDs that deliver comprehensive performance and management along with the most innovative solution available in Carrier Ethernet technology. For the service provider looking for a solution to handle the influx in demand while still protecting current investments, Transition Networks may be the best place to start.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman