Tellabs

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    Mobile Backhaul Services

    Now that mobile subscriber rates have reached near-saturation levels in many parts of the world, mobile network operators are increasingly looking to data services to fuel future revenue growth. The demand for data is driving network operators to upgrade their networks to Third- and Fourth-Generation (3G and 4G) technologies. To...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    A New Network Paradigm: Cutting Cost, Space and Energy Use

    Military agencies, like their civilian counterparts, juggle a number of requirements when deploying Local Area Networks (LANs). First, they must stay up-to-date technologically, in terms of network speed, capacity and functionality. At the same time, they have to control both upfront and long-term LAN costs. Finally, they have to figure...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Tellabs SmartCore 9100 Platform: Packet Data Network (PDN) Gateway

    Demand is on the rise for mobile multimedia applications such as online television, blogging, social networking and interactive gaming. These bandwidth-hungry services call for advanced broadband technology like 3GPP LTE. EPC (Evolved Packet Core) provides the foundation for offering these revenue-generating services, but it also radically changes the requirements for...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Tellabs SmartCore 9100 Platform: Serving Gateway (S-GW)

    Demand is on the rise for mobile multimedia applications such as online television, blogging, social networking and interactive gaming. These bandwidth-hungry services call for advanced broadband technology like 3GPP LTE. EPC (Evolved Packet Core) provides the foundation for offering these revenue-generating services, but it also radically changes the requirements for...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Network Architecture and Design Services

    Network infrastructure represents a major part of the capital expense of an emerging technology rollout. Ensuring that the infrastructure plan is designed to be cost effective, robust, and flexible in meeting future needs is critical to achieving optimal return on investment. Tellabs' expert architecture and design team will help people...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Tellabs Network Integration Services

    Rapid and effective integration of management systems and network elements into a cohesive system is essential to generating revenue from their equipment investments. Whether people are integrating a single new element or a completely new, multi-vendor network, they need a partner with the experience and expertise to deliver quickly and...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Value-Based Mobile Services Create New Pricing Models

    The enormous popularity of smartphones and other advanced mobile devices opened the spigot for thousands of application downloads. The resulting flood consumes enormous amounts of bandwidth in mobile networks. As a result, many operators are abandoning unlimited-usage pricing plans in favor of tiered billing, an approach in which consumers pay...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Tellabs 8600 Managed Edge System - Reliability, Protection and QoS in Mesh IP/MPLS Networks

    The Tellabs 8600 Managed Edge System is a carrier-class, highly scalable Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)-based platform that helps to enable a robust packet-based mesh backhaul solution. With support for Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) and Ethernet-based pseudowires, the Tellabs 8600 system has the ability to transport 1x Radio Transmission Technology (1xRTT)...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Capacity Improvements for 3G UMTS Networks

    The 3G revolution is pushing into Latin America and the Caribbean, which is a unique wireless region for several reasons. The area has a relatively low ARPU of approximately US$15, with voice as the predominant revenue source. Prepaid makes up about 80 percent of the market, and there is a...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    4G Mobile's Core Difference

    The authors historically have been strong in the backhaul space, and what they were trying to do was find adjacencies to see where they could expand beyond just doing backhaul. When they looked at 4G, because of the way the networks are being flattened to be more data-centric, the obvious...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Russia's Transport Transformation

    The U.S. and Western European mobile markets receive much of the attention when it comes to mobile data consumption, and China and India are typically singled out as vastly untapped mobile broadband markets. But north of these emerging markets sits Russia. With a land mass nearly twice the size of...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Tellabs 8000 Network Manager: Enables Your Network to Deliver More and Faster

    Managing complicated and ever-changing mobile networks, especially during rapid 3G deployments, can be a complex task for network management personnel unless they have relevant systems and tools to do this task easily and efficiently. Why waste time and money on learning and maintaining a Network Management System (NMS) that requires...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    From ATM To IP/Ethernet: Three Strategies For Cost-Effective Network Convergence

    In this paper, you will learn how multiservice edge platforms enable service providers to protect ATM and legacy revenue while efficiently expanding new revenue-generating, packet-based wireless and wireline services. Uncover tips for implementing a migration strategy through multiservice edge platforms, including guidelines for selecting the best platform and partner. The...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Five Steps to a Smart Mobile Internet

    It takes a certain kind of intelligence to tailor the rapidly evolving mobile Internet to match individual user requirements, add network capacity when and where it's needed and, at the same time, control operators' costs and strengthen their margins. That intelligence is now available via the Tellabs SmartCore 9100 mobile...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Tellabs Optical Migration Services

    People need to grow and upgrade their network in response to the ever increasing demands of their customers whilst maintaining and optimizing their existing network. As people introduce new technologies to evolve their network, they must ensure that existing traffic migrates seamlessly and their daily network operations continue uninterrupted. In...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tellabs Network Modernization Program

    Many of today's telecommunication networks utilize manufacturer-discontinued equipment, which represents a major risk. These systems are unreliable, expensive to maintain, and lack the features and functionality inherent in more modern equipment. In addition, older equipment generally requires significantly more floor space and power than that required by current equipment. In...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Optical Network Architecture and Design Services

    The optical infrastructure represents a major part of the capital expense of a service provider network. Ensuring that the infrastructure plan is designed to be cost-effective, robust and flexible in meeting future needs is critical to achieving optimal return on investment. The expert Tellabs architecture and design team will help...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Back(haul) to the Future

    In addition, Vodafone has positioned itself as the 3G/HSDPA leader in Europe in terms of total subscribers, and in Vodafone live!, it has developed arguably the most advanced and high-profile mobile portal in Europe, Mohr-McClune said. All of these successes, however, will take a toll on the network. Vodafone knew...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Drivers For Deep Fiber Access Solutions

    This paper outlines the various drivers and factors behind the push for higher bandwidth access and offers general guidance in choosing the right FTTx solution. End-user demand for higher bandwidth services, an easing regulatory environment and increased competition are driving traditional telephone companies to deploy deep fiber access solutions. Delivery...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Video Transport And Distribution For IPTV Networks

    IP video can place a high demand on network infrastructures, especially as the number of on-demand services and high-definition subscribers grows over a large geographical area. Ensuring the best user experience requires a network infrastructure that flexibly adapts to changing subscriber demands. As bandwidth demand increases, fiber is pushed out...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Migrating To IP' It's A Short Journey

    Many standards have been hailed as the future of communications. It was Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) in the 80s, then Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) in the 90s and now it is Internet Protocol (IP). Most people in the broadband industry will agree that eventually all communication services will be...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Business Case For Pseudowires In The RAN

    The rising demand for mobile data services enabled by High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is driving a dramatic increase in backhaul bandwidth requirements, from 2-6 Mbps per cell site to 20 Mbps and beyond. However, given the price-sensitive nature of these services in addition to voice pricing pressures, revenue increases...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Using Ethernet-Over-SDH For Managed Bandwidth Services

    The popularity of Ethernet is due to a number of reasons, not least the extreme cost-efficiency and the generally well accepted properties of Ethernet. The market potential for WAN services delivered with Ethernet interfaces is very substantial; Ethernet technology dominates the market for Local Area Networks (LAN), and Ethernet interfaces...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Beyond Five Nines: The New Age of "Uber Reliability"

    Performance figures are important because they directly impact a service provider's or end user's bottom line in a variety of ways. For example, chronic equipment failures can increase a service provider's customer acquisition and retention costs, while a service provider with highly reliable infrastructure can use its service quality as...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Forecasting the Take-Up of Mobile Broadband Services

    With huge investments required to launch market and grow mobile broadband services, being able to accurately forecast subscriber take-up and revenues is key. An accurate forecast of backhaul bandwidth requirements and costs is also critical to building an effective business case, to profitably pricing the services, and to dimensioning the...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Beyond Five Nines: The New Age of "Uber Reliability"

    Performance figures are important because they directly impact a service provider's or end user's bottom line in a variety of ways. For example, chronic equipment failures can increase a service provider's customer acquisition and retention costs, while a service provider with highly reliable infrastructure can use its service quality as...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Forecasting the Take-Up of Mobile Broadband Services

    With huge investments required to launch market and grow mobile broadband services, being able to accurately forecast subscriber take-up and revenues is key. An accurate forecast of backhaul bandwidth requirements and costs is also critical to building an effective business case, to profitably pricing the services, and to dimensioning the...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Drivers For Deep Fiber Access Solutions

    This paper outlines the various drivers and factors behind the push for higher bandwidth access and offers general guidance in choosing the right FTTx solution. End-user demand for higher bandwidth services, an easing regulatory environment and increased competition are driving traditional telephone companies to deploy deep fiber access solutions. Delivery...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    From ATM To IP/Ethernet: Three Strategies For Cost-Effective Network Convergence

    In this paper, you will learn how multiservice edge platforms enable service providers to protect ATM and legacy revenue while efficiently expanding new revenue-generating, packet-based wireless and wireline services. Uncover tips for implementing a migration strategy through multiservice edge platforms, including guidelines for selecting the best platform and partner. The...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Video Transport And Distribution For IPTV Networks

    IP video can place a high demand on network infrastructures, especially as the number of on-demand services and high-definition subscribers grows over a large geographical area. Ensuring the best user experience requires a network infrastructure that flexibly adapts to changing subscriber demands. As bandwidth demand increases, fiber is pushed out...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Business Case For Pseudowires In The RAN

    The rising demand for mobile data services enabled by High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is driving a dramatic increase in backhaul bandwidth requirements, from 2-6 Mbps per cell site to 20 Mbps and beyond. However, given the price-sensitive nature of these services in addition to voice pricing pressures, revenue increases...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Migrating To IP' It's A Short Journey

    Many standards have been hailed as the future of communications. It was Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) in the 80s, then Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) in the 90s and now it is Internet Protocol (IP). Most people in the broadband industry will agree that eventually all communication services will be...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Optical Network Architecture and Design Services

    The optical infrastructure represents a major part of the capital expense of a service provider network. Ensuring that the infrastructure plan is designed to be cost-effective, robust and flexible in meeting future needs is critical to achieving optimal return on investment. The expert Tellabs architecture and design team will help...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    4G Mobile's Core Difference

    The authors historically have been strong in the backhaul space, and what they were trying to do was find adjacencies to see where they could expand beyond just doing backhaul. When they looked at 4G, because of the way the networks are being flattened to be more data-centric, the obvious...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Capacity Improvements for 3G UMTS Networks

    The 3G revolution is pushing into Latin America and the Caribbean, which is a unique wireless region for several reasons. The area has a relatively low ARPU of approximately US$15, with voice as the predominant revenue source. Prepaid makes up about 80 percent of the market, and there is a...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Back(haul) to the Future

    In addition, Vodafone has positioned itself as the 3G/HSDPA leader in Europe in terms of total subscribers, and in Vodafone live!, it has developed arguably the most advanced and high-profile mobile portal in Europe, Mohr-McClune said. All of these successes, however, will take a toll on the network. Vodafone knew...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Russia's Transport Transformation

    The U.S. and Western European mobile markets receive much of the attention when it comes to mobile data consumption, and China and India are typically singled out as vastly untapped mobile broadband markets. But north of these emerging markets sits Russia. With a land mass nearly twice the size of...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Mobile Backhaul Services

    Now that mobile subscriber rates have reached near-saturation levels in many parts of the world, mobile network operators are increasingly looking to data services to fuel future revenue growth. The demand for data is driving network operators to upgrade their networks to Third- and Fourth-Generation (3G and 4G) technologies. To...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Five Steps to a Smart Mobile Internet

    It takes a certain kind of intelligence to tailor the rapidly evolving mobile Internet to match individual user requirements, add network capacity when and where it's needed and, at the same time, control operators' costs and strengthen their margins. That intelligence is now available via the Tellabs SmartCore 9100 mobile...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Network Architecture and Design Services

    Network infrastructure represents a major part of the capital expense of an emerging technology rollout. Ensuring that the infrastructure plan is designed to be cost effective, robust, and flexible in meeting future needs is critical to achieving optimal return on investment. Tellabs' expert architecture and design team will help people...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Tellabs Optical Migration Services

    People need to grow and upgrade their network in response to the ever increasing demands of their customers whilst maintaining and optimizing their existing network. As people introduce new technologies to evolve their network, they must ensure that existing traffic migrates seamlessly and their daily network operations continue uninterrupted. In...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tellabs Network Modernization Program

    Many of today's telecommunication networks utilize manufacturer-discontinued equipment, which represents a major risk. These systems are unreliable, expensive to maintain, and lack the features and functionality inherent in more modern equipment. In addition, older equipment generally requires significantly more floor space and power than that required by current equipment. In...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Tellabs 8000 Network Manager: Enables Your Network to Deliver More and Faster

    Managing complicated and ever-changing mobile networks, especially during rapid 3G deployments, can be a complex task for network management personnel unless they have relevant systems and tools to do this task easily and efficiently. Why waste time and money on learning and maintaining a Network Management System (NMS) that requires...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Tellabs SmartCore 9100 Platform: Packet Data Network (PDN) Gateway

    Demand is on the rise for mobile multimedia applications such as online television, blogging, social networking and interactive gaming. These bandwidth-hungry services call for advanced broadband technology like 3GPP LTE. EPC (Evolved Packet Core) provides the foundation for offering these revenue-generating services, but it also radically changes the requirements for...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Tellabs SmartCore 9100 Platform: Serving Gateway (S-GW)

    Demand is on the rise for mobile multimedia applications such as online television, blogging, social networking and interactive gaming. These bandwidth-hungry services call for advanced broadband technology like 3GPP LTE. EPC (Evolved Packet Core) provides the foundation for offering these revenue-generating services, but it also radically changes the requirements for...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Using Ethernet-Over-SDH For Managed Bandwidth Services

    The popularity of Ethernet is due to a number of reasons, not least the extreme cost-efficiency and the generally well accepted properties of Ethernet. The market potential for WAN services delivered with Ethernet interfaces is very substantial; Ethernet technology dominates the market for Local Area Networks (LAN), and Ethernet interfaces...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Tellabs 8600 Managed Edge System - Reliability, Protection and QoS in Mesh IP/MPLS Networks

    The Tellabs 8600 Managed Edge System is a carrier-class, highly scalable Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)-based platform that helps to enable a robust packet-based mesh backhaul solution. With support for Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) and Ethernet-based pseudowires, the Tellabs 8600 system has the ability to transport 1x Radio Transmission Technology (1xRTT)...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Tellabs Network Integration Services

    Rapid and effective integration of management systems and network elements into a cohesive system is essential to generating revenue from their equipment investments. Whether people are integrating a single new element or a completely new, multi-vendor network, they need a partner with the experience and expertise to deliver quickly and...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    A New Network Paradigm: Cutting Cost, Space and Energy Use

    Military agencies, like their civilian counterparts, juggle a number of requirements when deploying Local Area Networks (LANs). First, they must stay up-to-date technologically, in terms of network speed, capacity and functionality. At the same time, they have to control both upfront and long-term LAN costs. Finally, they have to figure...

    Provided By Tellabs

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Value-Based Mobile Services Create New Pricing Models

    The enormous popularity of smartphones and other advanced mobile devices opened the spigot for thousands of application downloads. The resulting flood consumes enormous amounts of bandwidth in mobile networks. As a result, many operators are abandoning unlimited-usage pricing plans in favor of tiered billing, an approach in which consumers pay...

    Provided By Tellabs