Mobile Backhaul Service Management with Intelligent Ethernet Demarcation
Turning up services quickly, assuring the service performance meets your latency and availability targets, and quickly troubleshooting network problems – all require the access provider / MVNO to extend their control over the entire service path between mobile tower / basestation att the UNI up to the ENNI handoff to the mobile operator. Learn how using intelligent Ethernet Demarcation Devices (EDDs) at the edge of your network will allow you to manage your service delivery and keep your customers happy.
Manage your premium 3G/4G mobile backhaul services over any access media using intelligent Ethernet Demarcation Devices (EDDs).
Overture’s complete line of intelligent Ethernet Access Devices (EADs) deliver full end-to-end service management over any access media. For Ethernet over optical networks use the Overture 65 series (1GigE), the Overture 4800 (10GigE). For Ethernet over bonded copper, use the Overture 400 series and 600 series. For mixed access applications, use the Overture 1400 “Ethernet over anything” EAD at the end of a dark fiber or SONET/SDH or DS3/E3 circuit(s) to quickly provide fully managed premium Ethernet services up to 1Gbps. Use the Overture 500, 140 or 180 for NxDS1/E1 circuits. And for multi-service applications, use the Overture 4200/4300 where Ethernet UNI and DS1 private line are required.
Ensuring that mobile backhaul service is working as promised (performance, quality of service, availability, etc) across the network and all the way to the customer locations. Troubleshooting network problems when they arise. Doing both regardless of how you connect with your customers.
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10 Gigabit Ethernet
- Edge: Overture 4800
1 Gigabit Ethernet
Ethernet over Copper (EoC)
Ethernet over SONET and SDH
- Edge: Overture 1400
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