ENP Newswire -
Release date- 16102013 -
All the original SDH/TDM (synchronous digital hierarchy/time division multiplexing) network devices have been replaced with ZTE's full IP PTN (packet transport network) equipment, connecting the operators GSM and UMTS communications over MEF (managed extensibility framework) certified E-Line services. The project covers the whole of
Due to increasing demand for data services, the original TDM transmission network could not meet the demand created by the latest IP services and applications. The new ZTE ZXCTN series next generation PTN equipment will enable the operator to cope with this growing demand.
The new mobile backhaul network has adapted the latest multi-protocol label switching transport profile (MPLS-TP) technology. As a result it is more stable, reliable and offers improved transmission efficiency, effectively expanding Bite Latvia Mobile's GSM and UMTS mobile service coverage area.
ZTE also provided theNetNumen U31, a powerful unified network management system, which has enabled the transport network to become more visible and predictable for all services, and also enables very fast end-to-end operations and maintenance and troubleshooting, dramatically reducing the challenges and the cost of operating and maintaining the network. The successfully delivery of the project makes it easy for Bite Latvia Mobile to plan and expand mobile backhaul capacities according to projected customer traffic growth.
'It was a truly challenging project for Bite and ZTE, involving suppliers from different fields, including wireless RAN, microwave and PTN transmissions', said
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