Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Extreme Networks' New Mobile Backhaul Routers To Deliver 4G Mobile Broadband Experience

Extreme Networks today announced a family of mobile backhaul routers that will enable mobile operators to smoothly transition cell sites to 4G while maintaining existing 2G/3G investments. The company’s E4G mobile backhaul family will provide the simplicity and scale of a next-generation, pure IP/Ethernet packet network to enable the cost-effective delivery of full motion video, voice and data to the one billion mobile broadband users expected by the end of 2011.

As the tide of mobile users, devices and multimedia continues to rise, mobile operators must increasingly invest in next generation mobile backhaul networks that ensure scalability, low latency, price-performance and operational simplicity. Extreme Networks’ new mobile backhaul routers will enable an all IP/Ethernet network that permits mobile operators to meet the performance and service expectations of an increasingly mobile enterprise and consumer subscriber base, as well as the cost requirements of the growing world of machine-to-machine (M2M).

For further information please contact extremenetworkspr@mccint.com

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