November 09, 2011
Webinar - Aricent to Address Today's Mobile Backhaul Requirements in Webinar
By Tammy Wolf, TMCnet Web Editor
Today’s smartphone consumers are demanding – but for a good reason. By investing in these advanced phones that are built for reliable connectivity, cutting-edge capabilities, and high-performance network bandwidth, these subscribers expect a top-notch experience.
Now, this insatiable demand for network bandwidth by current smartphone users is driving telecom operators to gradually deploy IP-based mobile backhaul networks. However, in order to guarantee a superior customer experience, network architects and equipment manufacturers must carefully select the most fitting packet-based technology and physical media for an array of network segments.
Unfortunately, today’s networks require multiple technologies – be it Ethernet, Microwave, traditional E1/T1, SDH/SONET and DSL – which, in turn, makes migrating to a high-performance packet backhaul architecture a difficult task. Even more, new challenges exist when it comes to delivering TDM-like performance on end-to-end IP-based backhaul networks.
The experts from Aricent (News - Alert), a global innovation and technology services company, will present a free webinar, entitled “Delivering the ‘Optimal Mobile Backhaul’ Experience,” that will bring to light operator requirements and hone in on the various technology methods available for moving to a packet-based network. Set to take place Wednesday, Nov. 16, 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT, this webinar will address what packet-based backhaul technology solutions are available for delivering high-performance mobile broadband solutions; how technologies like packet microwave and MPLS-TP can solve today’s metro and core network challenges; how to choose the best method for addressing IP-backhaul requirements; and how to deliver TDM-like performance on an IP-backhaul network.
Product line managers, product marketing managers, technology consultants, software and hardware engineers, and network architects are encouraged to attend this webinar, which will be led by Rajesh Kumar Sundararajan, assistant vice president for Data Communications (News - Alert) products at Aricent, and Rajkumar Paulraj, technology director for Data Communications products at Aricent.
Don’t miss out – register now!
Tammy Wolf is a TMCnet web editor. She covers a wide range of topics, including IP communications and information technology. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny