NEC (News - Alert) Corporation announced Wednesday its new vision for the backhauling of wireless small cells project. The solution consists of a range of technology components that will address problems with connectivity and service management operators may have. The corporation believes that 60GHz radio is the key technology behind its proposition of backhaul for small cells.
Because of the bandwidth availability and the uniquely high channel re-use characteristics of the 60GHz spectrum, NEC believes its ideally suited to deliver high and capacity and low latency connections to hundreds of cell sites that will be deployed in highly concentrated areas of a busy city.
Backhaul for Small Cells will provide huge reductions in cost of ownership compared to existing backhaul networks. The choice of the zero-cost 60GHz spectrum allows compact products that are easily installable and are small enough to hide from public view, enabling them to be concealed and unnoticeable in a big city environment.
“We complement the 60GHz wireless technology with intelligent network resource management to deliver the backhaul solution with performance and costs tailored to small cell deployment requirements. Our customers’ response has been enthusiastic and we are looking forward to field trials,” said Dejan Bojic, senior product manager of Backhaul at NEC Corporation.
NEC Corporation continues to provide a combination of products and solutions that cross utilize the company’s experience and global resources, its advanced technologies it continues to produce only add to its vast portfolio. Whether it is the development of cloud computing solutions, or its expanding portfolio of outdoor products, NEC continues to produce some of the world’s highest quality mobile solution products and services.
NEC will be conducting in-depth briefings on its newest backhaul for small cell developments at Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2012 later this month. It expects the product to be ready later this year after further development and field tests.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell