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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Achieving the Lowest Total Cost of Ownership for 4G Backhaul

    As 4G broadband networks begin to be deployed worldwide, there is a growing concern that backhaul will represent an increasing portion of the total life cycle cost of a network. The bandwidth requirements of emerging services are driving a need for much lower cost per bit from the backhaul in...

    Provided By DragonWave

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Massive Capacity Can Be Easier With 4G-Optimized Microwave Backhaul

    End user demand for ubiquitous broadband connectivity, to support a range of new applications and devices, is driving the next generation of mobile networks including LTE and WiMAX. As these deployments begin to take shape, operators will be reevaluating their backhaul networks to ensure that future requirements will be met....

    Provided By DragonWave

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Massive Capacity Can Be Easier With 4G-Optimized Microwave Backhaul

    End user demand for ubiquitous broadband connectivity, to support a range of new applications and devices, is driving the next generation of mobile networks including LTE and WiMAX. As these deployments begin to take shape, operators will be reevaluating their backhaul networks to ensure that future requirements will be met....

    Provided By DragonWave

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Achieving the Lowest Total Cost of Ownership for 4G Backhaul

    As 4G broadband networks begin to be deployed worldwide, there is a growing concern that backhaul will represent an increasing portion of the total life cycle cost of a network. The bandwidth requirements of emerging services are driving a need for much lower cost per bit from the backhaul in...

    Provided By DragonWave