Markets are increasingly being redefined towards convergence, accelerated by the rapid take-up of mobile broadband, cloud and video services.
Ericsson is leading the evolution toward 4th Generation IP networks, which will help enable the Networked Society and a world of more than 50 billion connected devices by 2020. By being smart, simple and scalable, as well as by offering superior performance, these networks will meet future demands related to mobile broadband, video traffic and the cloud.
4th Generation IP networks embrace the transformation of telecom networks towards Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Cloud and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) technologies that enable new business propositions for operators.
4th Generation IP networks will also enable operators to monetize broadband by differentiating services to consumer and enterprise customers. Rising traffic volumes will be managed by new packet-based backhaul and transport solutions.
Put simply: 4thGeneration IP networks will help operators to meet their future needs
|Insights on SDN and Virtualization|
Sue Rudd, Director Service Provider Analysis, Strategy Analytics, explains how with SDN we can now virtualize the network across both the cloud and the access end-to-end.
|Microwave is in Your Future |
An introduction to Microwave Communications, describing microwave radio links and how they are used. For the last decades, microwave links have been massively deployed in mobile networks, and now there is an increasing interest in microwave for other applications as well. More and more people are seeing the advantage of quick and cost efficient network roll-out that microwave communication offers.
|4th Generation IP – leading performance drives growth|
Rising subscriber expectations, a fast-evolving commercial landscape, and exponential growth in data traffic. How can operators benefit as we move towards the Networked Society?
|Software-defined networking: the service provider perspective|
An architecture based on Software-Defined Networking (SDN) techniques gives operators greater freedom to balance operational and business parameters, such as network resilience, service performance and QoE against opex and capex.
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What is “IP Edge”?
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Our microwave offering provides the lowest cost of ownership, whether it is for new mobile network rollouts, evolution of mobile networks, or fixed broadband over microwave.
Ericsson has a strong PPX product portfolio that serves a broad installed base with requirements for multiservice and backbone data networks.
The Optical Networks product family provides cost-effective, scalable and flexible solutions to meet operator needs today and in the future.
Our widely deployed Evolved Packet Core solutions provide the capacity, functionality and superior performance needed for next-generation broadband.
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