BATS and Aviat engineered a spatially diverse solution that provides field operators the high-capacity, secure link required for communications while moving or stationary.
Aviat Networks said it has announced multiple deals with a major African mobile operator that call for Aviat to supply CTR microwave routers and Eclipse and STR microwave radios to complete the operator´s transition to full IP.
Aviat Networks awarded the networking business for a major Northeast U.S. statewide public safety agency. This deal is based on a new member of its CTR 8000 family, the CTR 8611 resilient microwave router.
With the growth of bandwidth-hungry business applications, such as teleconferencing, security, video streaming and mobile commerce services, there is a relentless drive for better data connectivity and service enablement.
CTR microwave router integrates legacy time-division multiplexing, Ethernet and Internet protocol/Multiprotocol Label Switching (IP/MPLS) network layers to enable cellular base stations to be multifunction hubs for delivery of new services.
IP/MPLS routing is the top networking technology choice for public safety, state/local government, utility and other non-mobile private operators in North America.
The mobile cell site is transforming from a basic Layer 2 connected site to a Layer 3 enabled service delivery hub. IP/MPLS routers are coming to the mobile access network for the delivery of new services.
Converged Microwave Routers: A Heavy Reading Survey Analysis assesses demand among mobile operators for integrated products that combine a microwave radio product and an IP/MPLS router product.
Aviat Networks has announced a new multi-year supplier agreement with Kenyan operator Safaricom. Aviat, as a preferred supplier, will support Safaricom in the modernization and capacity expansion of its microwave backhaul network.
Aviat Networks was tasked with installing microwave radios and antenna systems on this mountain summit and in the surrounding area, the company had to design a system that would be reliable and that would require little maintenance.
Aviat Networks announced a contract valued at approximately $9 million with a leading North American regional mobile operator. Aviat will deliver all-indoor IRU 600 microwave radios and turnkey integration services.
Aviat Networks this week at IWCE 2015 will conduct its first public demonstration of the IRU 600 EHP, which boasts transmit power of 39 dBm—the greatest transmit power in the marketplace.
Microwave networking solutions firm Aviat Networks has announced a three-year turnkey agreement with MTN South Africa, part of the MTN Group.