Depending on the company, it can handle current and future 4G-LTE 5G fronthaul / backhaul demands and can adapt to unexpected or scheduled network loads.
The iPASOLINK EX Advanced Dual can offer a capacity of up to 20 Gbit / s.
It can be deployed by operators to grow rapidly and profitably in the Indian market, the company said.
Other product features include Adaptive Modulation and Bandwidth Radio (AMBR), an integrated L2 switch with ERPS and H-QoS support, among others to enable carrier-grade Ethernet services.
“IPASOLINK EX Advanced Dual is a very reliable solution that Indian telecom operators can build on to strengthen their current service while establishing a solid foundation for cutting-edge technologies such as 5G and associated backhaul requirements,” said Sandeep Sudeep, Vice President, Telecom, NEC India.
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has allocated a 5G test spectrum at 3,500 MHz, 26 GHz and 28 GHz and 700 MHz to Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea. State-owned Mahanagar Telephone NIgam Limited (MTNL) also received DoT approval to conduct 5G trials with the state-owned telecommunications engineering company Center for Development of Telematics (C-DoT).
Airtel has demonstrated cloud gaming during its ongoing 5G trials in the middle of the band. Jio, on the other hand, managed to slice the end-to-end network on its native 5G autonomous core.
Vodafone Idea recently reported that it achieved a top speed of over 3.7 Gbps on the mmWave spectrum band in the city of Pune. The telecom operator also recorded maximum download speeds of up to 1.5Gbps in the 3.5GHz 5G band test network in Gandhinagar and Pune.
“NEC’s PASOLINK series provides highly reliable wireless transmission radio systems that are designed for easy deployment in developing markets facing various challenges,” added Yukio Hioki, General Manager, Wireless Solutions Division, NEC Corporation. .