Small cells mobile backhaul – is smaller good enough?

Small cell is considered as one of the key potential technologies to solve the bandwidth and frequency problems of mobile operators, but it creates a new set of challenges in the mobile backhaul domain.


- What will be the solution for these challenges?
- Should mobile backhaul be built out of small and cheap demarcations, or does the mobile backhaul network require something else?

In this webinar we describe some of the technical, commercial and economical challenges small cells brings, and how CE 2.0 and MPLS to the cell site combined with service OAM management offer a potential solution for these challenges.

 

Click here to view the webinar recording

Speaker:

Nir Halachmi, Product Line Manager, Mobile Backhaul at Telco Systems

Nir Halachmi is responsible for the design and development of Telco Systems’ mobile backhaul solutions focusing on both cellular and wireless technology as well as QoS, data security and communications. He has spent the past 12 years developing and managing telecommunication products within both the wired and the wireless industry and has worked across various technologies including carrier ethernet, circuit emulation, MPLS, IP, Wi-Fi and WiMAX. He has acquired expertise in cellular and wireless technology, QoS, data security and communication field while working with partners and customers to implement various solutions. Nir holds a Master Degree in Computer Science from the Inter-Disciplinary Center (IDC) in Israel.

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