LTE drives every country on the globe. To cover soaring data traffic and meet higher expectation on QoS (Quality of Service), Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) are under pressure to upgrade their bandwidth while maximizing their market share with a new technology LTE/LTE-A.
DZS’ Mobile Backhaul helps you leverage your networks to address the growing demand for mobile bandwidth. Ensuring flexibility, scalability, and operational simplicity, our mobile network solutions enable MNOs to accelerate the delivery of mobile capacity, coverage and QoS. Great data consumption by LTE users leads to greater revenue and market share for you.
Packet based backhaul has become the technology of choice for backhauling large amounts of data from growing numbers of 3G and 4G cell sites. DZS offers a Mobile Backhaul (MBH) edge solution that delivers reliable, high performance pre-service aggregation and routing for the service provider.
Modular in design for expandability, DZS’s MBH solution serves as an advanced Carrier Ethernet Switch Router, with features such as GRE tunneling, Standard Ethernet Bridging, G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection, EFM Y.1731 OAM and MEF Q-in-Q to offer the service assurance for the wireless carriers backhaul requirements.
The DZS FiberCell portfolio features alternative backhaul options that give operators the flexibility to choose between fiber access technologies, including GPON or Active Ethernet. DZS FiberCell offers the most cost-effective and highest-performance solution for optimal backhaul transport.
Scalability at minimum cost
- DZS’ Mobile Backhaul solution provides simple and separate backhaul topology from 1G/2.5G to 10G, enabling you to increase your overall addressable market without the need for intensive network investment.
- Traffic management and resiliency capabilities via functions such as control and switch fabric redundancy, advanced OAM and G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection that can ensure end-to-end reliability for mobile backhaul environments.
Mobile / Fixed Convergence
By separate tunneling, different operators can share the same network for multiple services such as macro-cell traffic aggregation for mobile service, and IPTV broadcasting.