Transition Networks aims to impress during the Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam. The access and mobile backhaul equipment manufacturer will shopcase its full suite of backhauling products, with a suitable solution for any generation of mobile backhaul migration.
Network operators around the world are switching to 4G LTE and other next-generation networks. Mobile backhaul services are practically stampeding their way to newer, faster, more secure, and more reliable networks.
To help facilitate this vast migration, Transition Networks offers a dazzling array of IP/Ethernet mobile backhaul products. The Company banks on its 25 years of experience in the manufacture of access and backhaul equipment for global data communications and telecommunications networks.
Current mobile backhauling strategies must be able to handle future levels of traffic and deployment. In addition, network operators need to maintain their legacy networks for current 2G and 3G services
According to Mr. Kevin Faulds, Director of Product Management for Transition Networks, the Broadband World Forum will witness the debut of streamlined mobile backhaul solutions specifically tailored for European Service Providers.
Transition’s vast portfolio provide mobile operators with solutions involving TDM, circuit emulation services (CES) over IP, Carrier Ethernet aggregation, NID (Network Interface Device,) and other mobile backhaul-related products. The Company’s products will support both legacy and next-generation networks while also cutting back on disruptive intrusions.
As an example, network operators that continue to rely on TDM as their primary voice service can migrate to TDM over fiber using Transition’s Fiber TDM products. The Company’s mobile backhauling solution will also maintain legacy TDM infrastructure, ensuring for a smooth continuation of services even as the network upgrades.
On a related matter, Transition Networks recently released the S3280-TST product. Part of the company’s Network Interface Device portfolio, the S3280-TST expands on advanced timing over packet networks. Telecom and cable providers will be able to quickly deploy scalable services using the bew Transition NID device.
Transition Networks occupies stand B6 at the Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam. The Company’s mobile backhaul solutions will be on display from October 16-18.
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