The iPASOLINK solutions portfolio of all-outdoor products made by NEC Corporation added a few offerings to the mix that support LTE network deployment while extending packet microwave connectivity at the edge of the transport network. ??

The additions include:

>> PASOLINK AX for microwave link deployments in frequencies between 6 GHz and 38GHz;
>> iPASOLINK SX that uses 60-GHz spectrum for small-cell backhaul; ?
>> Enhanced ePASOLINK*2 for E-band transmission in the 70 GHz/80GHz range; and ?
>> iPASOLINK GX, a compact outdoor router for a flexible approach to all-IP networking near to or collocated with the Radio Access Network (RAN).

A common Network Management System (NMS), shared across NEC’s microwave, optical and packet-transport solutions, provides for end-to-end service provisioning and maintenance, the company adds.?

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