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Tellabs Adds Intelligence, Ethernet and Capacity to Create Smart Mobile Backhaul

NAPERVILLE, Ill. Feb. 3, 2011

To enable service providers to handle growing bandwidth demands, Tellabs is advancing its market-leading mobile backhaul to the next level. Tellabs smart mobile backhaul solution provides:

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Improved cost-efficiency: Tellabs reduced the cost per bit for high-capacity services such as video.

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Greater capacity: Service providers can offer new, high-capacity services and support machine-to-machine and traditional voice services, which use less capacity, but need to be highly reliable.

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Added intelligence: Joining mobile backhaul with a smart mobile packet core enables application awareness, network visibility and control, and network optimization for performance and cost.

Smart Mobile Backhaul

Tellabs® 8600 Managed Edge System Tellabs® 8800 Multiservice Router Series Tellabs® SmartCore® 9100 mobile packet core platform Tellabs® 8000 Intelligent Network Manager mobile backhaul professional services expertise

Tellabs 8600 Managed Edge System

The next-generation Tellabs® 8600 Managed Edge System provides simultaneous support of Layer 2 and Layer 3 capabilities in a single platform. Service providers can pick the carrier-class 2G and 3G, HSPA+ and LTE architecture that best suits their needs, since the platform supports Ethernet, IP VPNs and multiservice backhaul with pseudowires. And, the Ethernet OAM (operations, administration and maintenance) provides efficient network diagnostics and monitoring capabilities to maintain Quality of Service (QoS).

To meet the capacity challenge presented by new mobile Internet and video services, Tellabs tripled the current node capacity of the Tellabs® 8600 system. The Tellabs® 8600 system provides an improved LTE-enabled backhaul solution all the way to the cell site. Tellabs’ newest cell site switches, the Tellabs® 8609 and Tellabs® 8611 Access Switches, will be available this year. They will provide unmatched throughput in a small (1 RU or 2 RU) device, remarkable port density paired with Ethernet and multiservice support – all in a single switch.  

Tellabs 8800 Multiservice Router Series

In 2010, the Tellabs® 8800 series more than doubled its switching and Ethernet port capacity to 360Gbps full-duplex.  Building on its distributed Ethernet Line Card (ELC) architecture, in 2011 Tellabs will further enhance the IP/Ethernet OAM and performance monitoring capabilities of the Tellabs® 8800 series, including the ability to support thousands of Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) sessions per node.  With such scalability and performance, service providers can confidently evolve their mobile backhaul networks and support thousands of 2G, 3G or LTE cell sites per Tellabs® 8800 node.

Dan Kelly

About Tellabs

www.tellabs.com

the United States

SOURCE Tellabs

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