New Mobile Backhaul Switches Enable Delivery of Multimedia Services Like
Mobile TV and Video Over Existing Backhaul Infrastructure, Protecting
Past Network Investments and Keeping Future Expenses in Check
TEL AVIV, Israel, Oct. 17 /CNW/ - Celtro, a pioneer and leading global
supplier of cellular backhaul switching solutions, today announced the launch
of the next-generation members of its DynaMate family, the DMT1000 and DMT4000
switches. Celtro DynaMate(TM) adaptive backhaul switching solutions empower
cellular operators to provide the most advanced broadband mobile services when
migrating the mobile network from 3G and HSPA to 4G of LTE and WiMax, while
keeping infrastructure costs in check.
Providers can now, for the first time, choose a cost-effective, flexible,
one-box solution that supports all radio technologies of 2G, 2.5G, 3G, HSPA
and 4G LTE/WiMax, all backhaul technologies of TDM, ATM, Carrier Ethernet,
MPLS and IP with PWE interworking, and the various backhaul network
architectures of hybrid or converged traffic over ATM and IP/MPLS - enabling
increased revenue generation through delivery of more advanced services, with
significant savings in network CapEx and OpEx.
Designed from the ground up to solve pressing backhaul network challenges
for top-tier mobile providers, the DMT1000 and DMT4000 leverage Celtro's
powerful, future-proof and field-proven DynaMate(TM) technology. Already
commercially deployed in thousands of mobile sites by top-tier mobile
operators serving hundreds of millions of subscribers worldwide each day,
DynaMate products offer application layer switching, featuring unique traffic
optimization and statistical multiplexing for maximum efficiency, dynamic
sharing of backhaul resources for all traffic types for improved service
delivery, as well as application-aware QoS for mobile voice, video, and data.
"The traffic being generated by HSDPA means that operators can no longer
satisfy themselves just with transport efficiency savings deep in the network.
They need to support functionality across the mobile backhaul network that
will generate savings and improve capacity and service delivery where the
bandwidth constraints are felt most acutely. Operators will welcome Celtro's
evolution of the DMT family to address this emerging multi-service market
which is key to making 3G data services profitable", according to Patrick
Donegan, senior analyst at Heavy Reading.
"Since traditional microwave, copper and fiber infrastructure
technologies are hard-pressed and expensive to scale up to wireless broadband
requirements, the backhaul has become the new 'weakest link' in provider
networks," noted Shahar Gorodeisky, CTO and VP Marketing at Celtro. "By
offering single-box solutions that are both cost-effective and
revenue-generating today, and also support the migration to 4G and all-IP RAN
tomorrow - Celtro has cemented its position as the most innovative,
customer-centric provider of cellular backhaul switching solutions in the
market today," he concluded.
The compact (1RU) DMT1000, designed for cell sites and cell site
aggregation points, provides E1/T1, STM1/OC3 and Ethernet universal
interfaces, for aggregating and optimizing mobile traffic over TDM, ATM,
Ethernet, MPLS or IP backhaul networks. The larger (4RU) and scalable DMT4000,
designed for hub sites and BSC/RNC sites, offers the same features and
benefits as its smaller sibling, on a much larger scale. Both new DMT products
are fully backward-compatible with previous DMT models.
Celtro provides innovative cellular backhaul switching solutions that
improve service delivery and increase network efficiency - helping providers
enhance revenues, improve customer satisfaction, lower operational costs and
streamline backhaul network investments.
Already adopted by top-tier providers worldwide, Celtro's solutions focus
solely on the cellular backhaul. The company's patented DynaMate technology
enables creation of converged 2G/3G networks that accommodate HSPA rollout and
allow for smooth migration to future technologies.
Celtro has commercially deployed its cellular backhaul switching products
with leading mobile operators, currently servicing more than 250 million
subscribers in Europe, Africa, Latin America and the US. For more information
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