Case study: Case Study: Chugach Electric’s Measured Approach to Migrating Teleprotection to IP/MPLS
Chugach Electric’s network migration began in 2010, when they first identified upcoming issues with their existing network, which consisted of end-of-life hardware and capacity bottlenecks. The migration was critical to ensure traffic across operations that covered an expansive footprint remained flowing and without any issues and to be also to evolve the network to enable allow future technologies, services, and applications...
Case study: Network optimization delivers mobile 3G and Internet to schools and rural Georgia
MagtiCom wanted to upgrade their existing 2G and 3G service to deliver mobile broadband services and to extend basic broadband to more schools and underserved rural areas. This required adding an Ethernet backhaul upgrade from every cell site. The network also needed traffic flow improvements to optimize the existing infrastructure. MagtiCom and Aviat Networks optimized all data application traffic flows and expanded the Eclipse™ TDM microwave links with Ethernet modules to form a new hybrid TDM + Ethernet transport network. The new Ethernet network provides carrier-grade, QoS enabled data transport for mobile broadband backhaul.
Solution sheet: High Frequency Trading: Time is Money
The Eclipse Packet Node is a richly featured, transmission platform for packet networking, with extensive innovations for high performance radio transport and intelligent networking efficiency. A new plug-in card for Eclipse platform delivers ultra-low delay, for a total network latency that is 40% less than fiber optic networks of comparable distances.
Data sheet: Eclipse IDU GE3 Ultra Compact Indoor Unit
The Aviat Networks Eclipse™ IDU GE3 16x indoor unit delivers the latest wireless backhaul technology designed for next generation 4G/LTE backhaul needs, in a compact space-saving package.
Technical paper: Eclipse and Cisco Router Media Awareness Configuration
White paper: What is Packet Microwave
This white paper provides a definition of Packet Microwave radio systems and demonstrates how these systems along with Hybrid radio systems are providing an ideal solution for wireless backhaul for next generation mobile broadband networks.
Data sheet: Eclipse Packet Node Intelligent Node Unit
The Eclipse™ Packet Node Intelligent Node Unit is a highly modular and scalable indoor unit that delivers a unique combination of high capacity hybrid or all-packet transport, Carrier Ethernet/IP networking, and comprehensive Mission Critical Microwave features, enabling operators to prepare for the all-IP future.
Brochure: Eclipse Packet Node (ANSI)
Transforming networks to all-IP