Believing LTE and LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) networks will deliver gigabit-per-second speeds to mobile devices, generating huge volumes of high-bandwidth traffic, Tellabs has revamped its Mobile Backhaul Solutions to handle the traffic and to make it easier for service providers to migrate to 4G.

 ?Tellabs improved its portfolio to include:? ?

>> The Tellabs 7100 and 7300 for fiber-optic mobile backhaul, enabling future bandwidth growth while helping to avoid leased-line costs; and?
>> The Tellabs 8600, 8800 and 9200 for smart mobile backhaul, enabling LTE and LTE-A evolution while reducing costs as much 80 percent per bit.

More about the solutions:?

>> The renewed Tellabs 8600 series supports a new Ethernet-based switching and routing architecture in addition to IP-VPN and multiservice capabilities. The Ethernet architecture includes 10G interfaces and as much as a 76-percent savings with Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. The Tellabs 8800 system also sports a new IP-VPN enhancements and higher link efficiency.
>> The renewed Tellabs 8600 system supports syntonization and synchronization features, including IEEE1588v2 frequency support, and compatibility for phase and time-of-day support. Built-in monitoring tools verify synchronization performance. The Tellabs 8800 system has added synchronous Ethernet.
>> Mobile operators can cut over to LTE and LTE-A features at their own pace, investing incrementally to build new capabilities. Operators can mix and match different generations of the Tellabs 8600 system, including Ethernet and IP-VPN, to support existing and new services.
>> On a full duplex basis, the Tellabs 8630 system provides as much as 80G, the Tellabs 8660 system provides as much as 240G, the Tellabs 8800 system provides as much as 360G, and the Tellabs 9200 system provides as much as 5.5 Terabits.? 

In addition, the Tellabs 8611 Access Switch provides 10G interfaces in a compact 2RU-high device optimized for cellsites and small-aggregation locations.

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