NEC unveils flexible backhaul solution for 4G migration

Staff writer
10 Feb 2011
00:00

NEC has unveiled its iPASOLINK 400 converged flexible platform, which has an all-in-one, converged design created for edge aggregation deployments comprising four universal slots.

The new product is designed to meet the capacity, topology and intelligence requirements for the transformation of both fixed and mobile backhaul networks to the next generation, including 4G LTE.

It enables operators to swap in and out different backhaul technologies such as microwave or packet transport depending on their needs.

This flexibility, coupled with high-capacity switching and microwave transmission, allows operators to invest gradually and in step with actual service and traffic demand.

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