Car­rier Eth­er­net Catches Mo­bile Back­haul Wave

As mo­bile car­ri­ers are in­creas­ingly de­ploy­ing small cells and boost­ing the ca­pac­ity of 3G and 4G tech­nolo­gies, they also need more back­haul ca­pac­ity to han­dle that heav­ier traf­fic

Voice&Data - - MOBILE BACKHAUL -

The ex­plo­sion of mo­bile data and the sub­se­quent chal­lenge of con­nect­ing the grow­ing num­ber of tow­ers to the mo­bile core are well known by mo­bile net­work op­er­a­tors (MNOs) and whole­salers re­spon­si­ble for mo­bile back­haul net­works.

To­dayH mo­bile back­haul net­works rep­re­sent about one-third of the MNOs oper­at­ing costsH mak­ing it crit­i­cal that ser­vice providers in­vest in tech­nol­ogy that can sus­tain cur­rent and fu­ture net­work de­mands. In factH mo­bile back­haul re­quire­ments will continue to evolve as MNOs ac­cel­er­ate net­work up­grades to cope with the ever-grow­ing con­sump­tion of ad­vanced multi-me­dia ser­vices to such as mo­bile videoH so­cial net­work­ingH web brows­ingH and multi-me­dia mes­sag­ing—all of which re­quire high band­width and low la­tency to trans­mit.

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