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Raisecom releases new White Paper – “The Next Generation Access” Raisecom Headquarter, Beijing, October 30 2009

20-01-2010

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Raisecom releases new White Paper – “The Next Generation Access”
Raisecom Headquarter, Beijing, October 30 2009

 

 

- The recent growth in the use of IP services is remarkable. Ethernet technologies have been becoming the trend technology for carrying the IP network services on both fixed and mobile network. Since the network backbones are gradually developed into IP for high bandwidth and advanced Quality of Service (QoS), many mobile operators have deployed IP/MPLS networks for their various service transmissions. Moreover, the emerged PWE3 technology also speeds up the traditional TDM network shifting to IP network with all services such as voice, video, data, etc.

Raisecom today announces white paper “The Next Generation Access”, which describes the current IP/MPLS network status, analysis the Ethernet solution for the next generation mobile network and introduces the must standardized Ethernet network protocols for 3G mobile network access.

The white paper has clearly introduced:

* General situation for access and unbalanced development between access & backbone
* Evolution of mobile network enabled Ethernet access to play an important role
* Wireless architecture and performance
* The importance of synchronization in mobile network
* How to offer synchronization in different types of mobile network
* The factors impacted IEEE 1588v2 performance potentially and result analysis
* The most practical way to deploy the next generation access network for mobile operator

As concluded that it is unpractical to upgrade the whole carrier's pure IP/MPLS network to PTN within complied IEEE 1588v2, Raisecom provides a solution on building a next generation access network for mobile backhaul via Ethernet Demarcation Devices (EDDs). Moreover, PWE3 technology also could be deployed in EDDs for solving Carrier’s hybrid mobile network problems (2G + 3G), not only provide multiple E1/T1 lines in CESoPSN or SAToPSN protocol but also send clock information to base station. Raisecom foresees deploying one next generation access network to transmit all voice, data, fixed and mobile services rather than two independent backbone & backhaul networks for 2G and 3G services.

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