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If you’re a building owner or manager of commercial or industrial real estate, your buildings are going to need better coverage. Not only do you need high-capacity network access to your buildings, you may also need to interconnect multiple buildings within a campus environment.

A well-connected building is not just a tenant requirement; it can actually differentiate your real estate offering. Microwave technology provides a scalable secure solution that is fast and easy to deploy.


90% of the world’s population is already covered by cellular networks. Your tenants have come to expect connectivity wherever they are.

Today’s building owners and managers also need to be up to speed on the latest networking technologies. Tenants and visitors increasingly expect to be connected to the internet, and their business critical applications at all times.

Building owners and managers benefit by using microwave for Last mile access, Inter-building connections and Fixed wireless access (FWA), as it enables low-cost and rapid installation as well as easy scalable upgrades when the business grows.

Ericsson Microwave Outlook

LTE is evolving rapidly and 5G is emerging as the next step to providing enhanced and diversified services and use cases, putting new demands on mobile backhaul. This new report will detail the mobile backhaul capacity needs, future microwave transmission usage, 5G backhaul requirements and more. 

Read the report


When connecting Commercial & Industrial real estate, between buildings or multiple locations, Ericsson’s MINI-LINK 6352 is the ideal solution. The MINI-LINK 6352 enables 5.5 Gbps capacity and by bonding two together, will get you 10 Gbps, making this a very attractive alternative to wired solutions such as copper or fiber for business-critical connectivity.

By using wireless microwave solutions you also avoid the long and expensive installation cost associated with wired infrastructure. Plus you gain a secure and scalable network that addresses your needs. In green-field sites, with no existing infrastructure, microwave provides high-performance connectivity that can be up and running quickly.

Our units have features making it easy to customize configuration depending on your current needs and ready to make future upgrades when your business expands. All network scenarios are supported with superior performance and lowest possible cost of ownership.

Microwave indoor units

Microwave indoor units

For split configurations ranging from compact nodes for cell sites to high density node for aggregation sites and all indoor units for trunk applications.

Microwave outdoor units

Microwave outdoor units

Lowest cost of ownership whether for new mobile network rollouts, evolution of mobile networks, or fixed broadband over microwave.

Aggregation units

Aggregation units

In microwave networks, advanced ethernet switches will be needed to address several network scenarios.

Why Ericsson

Ericsson has world leading microwave solutions, suitable for every network scenario. Whether it is for new mobile backhaul networks, evolution of existing networks, fixed broadband over microwave, or private networks the MINI-LINK family delivers superior performance and low cost of ownership.

As 40 percent of the mobile traffic is carried over Ericsson networks today, we know how to solve building connectivity challenges. When you integrate your indoor network with the mobile network outside, you will ensure that your building is linked to the global cellular ecosystem. And with Ericsson you ensure that the solutions you choose are ready for a 5G future.

Microwave backhaul

Operators around the world share a common goal: to provide their customers with a great user experience. It’s what we refer to as app coverage - network performance from the user perspective. But to remain competitive, operators must be able to achieve this cost effectively. Microwave networks have a key role to play.

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