Wednesday, December 14, 2011

ADTRAN Delivers Cell-site Optimized Wavelength Services

ADTRAN has enhanced its Total Access 5000 ONE system for delivering both wavelength and Ethernet switching separation. This enables carriers to deliver both mobile backhaul and residential broadband without risking quality of service (QoS) issues symptomatic of many multi-service solutions.

The ADTRAN ONE solution eliminates QoS impacting network bottlenecks by delivering MEF-certified, wavelength separated Ethernet services to residential customers, business customers and cell sites over the same network infrastructure.

ADTRAN said this capability ensures important service isolation for each individual mobile network operator that may share a single cell site or simultaneously offer residential broadband and wholesale services. In addition, ADTRAN’s Advanced Operational Environment (AOE) Service Monitor solution is a non-service affecting portal-based tool that provides intuitive, proactive reporting of SLA compliance status including customer bandwidth, and ITU-T Y.1731-based performance statistics for one-way frame delay, delay variation, and frame loss.