Ethernet Mobile Backhaul Solution - Extreme Networks
Canadian Regional Manager
A broad range of sophisticated yet affordably priced mobile devices, coupled with unrelenting subscriber demands for rich, compelling services, are providing mobile operators with new opportunities for revenue streams. To meet the exponential increase in bandwidth capacity required to serve these demands, mobile operators are committed to deploying next-generation mobile backhaul networks.
Extreme Networks® Ethernet Mobile Backhaul solution*, is designed for the unique demands of mobile operators, offering resilient synchronous Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) backhaul to provide support for multiple generations of services. Mobile operators can lower their capital expenses (CapEx) and operational expenses (OpEx) by reducing the number of network elements and simplifying operations.
With over 25 million ports shipped worldwide, Extreme Networks has a history of providing high price performance and investment protection for mobile operator network infrastructure. Extreme Networks solutions are designed for "green" cell deployments, reducing network energy consumption, and the simplified architecture eases implementation. Our leading edge solutions for mobile operators are a result of our knowledge and experience in building resilient service provider networks. With a business model that aligns with the business objectives of mobile Network Equipment Providers, Extreme Networks serves four of the top six providers in the world, enabling them to expand their solution offerings.
Extreme Networks solutions will help enable mobile operators to deliver a network that is designed for the new mobile world of man and machine, providing pervasive access, awareness and control from the converged edge to the cloud.
* Future Availability.
Increased Opportunities for New Revenue Streams
- High-capacity mobile backhaul supporting 2G, 3G and 4G, converging high-quality voice and bandwidth-intensive multimedia services
- Scalable mobile backhaul built to ease the migration from legacy to next-generation mobile services
- True 4G performance with line-rate Gigabit Ethernet and roadmap to 10 GbE and beyond
Lower Subscriber Churn
- Resilient synchronous gigabit Ethernet through EAPS, G.8032, and MPLS-TP
- Carrier-class synchronization for latency-sensitive traffic with ITU-T G.8262 Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE 1588v2
- Accelerated resolution of service issues enabled by advanced OAM support from ITU-T Y.1731, IEEE 802.1ag CFM, IEEE 802.3ah EFM
Reduced Total Cost of Ownership and Simplified Operations
- Single unified operating system with ExtremeXOS®
- Low power consumption
|May 24, 2011 ||Telecom Engine |
|Mar 29, 2011 ||Lightreading |
|Mar 22, 2011 ||Symmetricom |
|Feb 08, 2011 ||TMCnet |
|Feb 08, 2011 ||Telecompaper |
|Feb 08, 2011 ||Light Reading |
|Feb 08, 2011 ||Lightwave |
|Feb 07, 2011 ||eWeek |
|Feb 07, 2011 ||Converge! Network Digest |
|Feb 07, 2011 ||Extreme Networks Press Release |
|Feb 07, 2011 ||Connected Planet |
|Feb 07, 2011 ||Wireless Week |
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