NEC Corporation of India (NEC India) today announced the launch of iPASOLINK EX Advanced Dual, NEC's outdoor, integrated, ultra-compact microwave radio system supporting 70-80 GHz band communications (E-band), in India. This solution is aimed at providing support to the increased backhaul demand in the country. The low latency, multi-functional, and compact iPASOLINK EX Advanced Dual caters to mobile operators that provide LTE Advanced and 5G services, as well as other customers demanding reliable and high-capacity transmission for epoch-making services.
NEC Radio Equipment Have Lowest Failure Rate in the Industry
iPASOLINK EX Advanced Dual is highly adaptable to network loads, whether unexpected or scheduled, provides flexibility and agility at a lower cost (compared to optical fibers) with matching reliability that satisfies demanding customers and their end-users. Moreover, NEC's radio equipment boasts the lowest failure rate in the industry, providing customers with long-lasting stable operations and high cost-efficiency.
NEC is at the forefront in developing and providing field-proven, reliable wireless backhaul solutions through NEC's PASOLINK series of Microwave Radios for service providers all over the world. iPASOLINK EX Advanced Dual is NEC's first wireless equipment to offer 20 Gbps capacity. Compared to fiber transmission, the solution is the best realistic alternative in the market and is ideal for operators looking to expand with rapid and cost-effective deployments in the Indian market.
Some features of NEC’s iPASOLINK EX Advanced Dual include maximum transmission capacity of the 80GHz spectrum with AMBR (Adaptive Modulation and Bandwidth Radio) that enables end-users to avail fast and stable network speed despite high traffic. Its built-in advanced L2 switch with ERPS and H-QoS support, among others, enables carrier-grade Ethernet services as well. Its compact and lightweight body also makes it easy for installations and can be mounted easily on rooftops or poles without reinforcements, thereby minimising installation costs. This new radio system is certainly something that telecom operators in the country can leverage in the coming 5G era.