Synchronizing IP mobile networks

Although revenue is derived from voice services today, mobile broadband is the new business for service providers. To be viable, high bandwidth must be offered for less revenue, and be augmented with value added services. LTE and IP mobile backhaul are two significant steps in that direction.

Ultimately, deploying a standards-based synchronization solution for next generation mobile networks is key to investment protection, as well as meeting long term requirements. A universal synchronization platform is most cost-effective, more robust and plays a large part in the optimization of the network.

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