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The World's Most Critical Networks Trust Aviat

WTM 4000 – the highest capacity microwave radio

Aviat Networks introduces THE first ever radio purpose built for SDN.

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Better Solutions...

Integrated microwave routers

» Learn about our CTR 8500

All-outdoor, IP-SDN radio

» Learn about our WTM 4000

Highly secure & reliable microwave switches

» Learn about our Eclipse

Automation solutions to simplify operations

» Learn about AviatCloud

From Experts You Can Trust...

We'll assess it for you

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We'll figure it out for you

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We'll implement it for you

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We'll maintain it and take care of you

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Meet some of our experts

We get to know you and your requirements and goals, and we develop a simple microwave network solution for you. Then we put it in place for you and keep it running smoothly.

  • joseozzie_escobedo

    Jose "Ozzie"

    Technical Support Engineer – Aviat TAC1
    Texas, USA

    I'm a lead engineer in Aviat's Technical Assistance Center (TAC) in San Antonio. My number one job is to take care of our customers.

  • TemitopeAyo-Adedeji

    Tope

    Technical Trainer
    Lagos, Nigeria

    I focus on providing my customers the best hands-on learning experience for the converged microwave and IP/MPLS space.

  • davidhunt

    David

    Senior Software Engineer
    Wellington, NZ

    I work as a software technical lead engineer on Aviat's Next Generation Microwave Radio products. My primary role/responsibilities is around delivering network protocol features and other cool features.

  • saidjilani

    Said

    Network Solutions Architect
    California, USA

    I work closely with our customers on architecture and design of their IP/MPLS microwave transport networks.

Aviat exists to provide dependable products, services, and support to our customers. The experience our customers receive by our capable and devoted staff is unmatched in this industry and our proven products run some of the most mission critical networks on the planet. This is what makes Aviat Networks the trusted expert in microwave networking.

—Michael Pangia, CEO, President

Short list of our customers

Digicel - Mobile phone network company
BT Group - Telecommunications company
VimpelCom - Global provider of telecommunication services
Globe - Broadband communications
Entel - Telecommunications company
MTN Group - Mobile telecommunication company
Smart Communications - Cellular phone provider company
Telikom - Telecommunications
U.S. Cellular - Telecommunications company
Verizon Wireless - Wireless company
City of San Jose
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
State of Nevada
Airtel - Telecommunications company

The facts

Aviat — THE trusted expert in microwave networking solutions. The foundation of the company goes back 50 years, providing a rich history of innovation, knowledge, experience, and expertise resulting in over 200 patents for our technology.

More than

370

MOBILE NETWORKS AROUND THE WORLD

Over

1,000,000

SYSTEMS INSTALLED AROUND THE WORLD

70 +

YEARS IN BUSINESS

200 +

PATENTS

3000 +

CUSTOMERS WORLDWIDE

Listed on NASDAQ

AVNW

Recent blog posts

Fixing Microwave Software Licenses: From Agony to Ecstasy

By derek | 1 comment | In Blog, Software Licensing, Technology
Licenses software microwave Aviat Networks

Licenses for microwave software make it an agony for operators. How can we turn it into ecstasy? Photo credit: Foter.com / CC0

In the world of wireless backhaul, software licensing on microwave radio remains the same as always. Fundamentally, little has changed over the years. You need a separate license for almost every software component—capacity, feature and, in some cases, port licenses. Too many and more coming!

Three Elements to IP/MPLS Success in the Microwave Access

By derek | No comments yet | In Blog, IP/MPLS, Technology
3 Secrets to IP/MPLS in microwave backhaul access

IP/MPLS microwave backhaul has three elements to extend all the way to the access network. Photo credit: Thomas Hawk via Foter.com / CC BY-NC

In microwave communications—as in all electronic communications mediums—operators trend toward the latest technologies (e.g., IP/MPLS). They all have conditioning to think that newer is better. And by and large that’s right.

However, when it comes to IP/MPLS—one of the most advanced packet technologies—you need to handle this concept with care. Especially in a mixed infrastructure that includes microwave, fiber and other potential backhaul transport.

SDN in the Backhaul: All About Reducing OPEX

By derek | No comments yet | In Blog, SDN–Software-Defined Networking, Technology

 

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Figure 1: SDN will not significantly reduce microwave CAPEX costs.

Software-defined networking (SDN) promises to drastically simplify how transport networks deploy, operate and get serviced. Reducing OPEX remains a significant factor for implementing software-defined networking. Automating service creation, traffic and bandwidth control, and network management as well as reducing maintenance complexity of routing protocols remain areas where it will simplify backhaul and lower OPEX. The only questions seem, “When will this happen?” and “How much will it save?” And what about CAPEX? Can we expect reduction in purchase price of microwave backhaul based on such a migration?

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