The demand for mobile communications has been insatiable. There’s an ongoing need for more capacity, more coverage, faster speed, and greater flexibility.
In addition, next-generation mobile networks are moving beyond interconnecting people, devices, and resources. Machine-to-machine communication over the air also needs to be supported at a massive scale to deliver on the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT).
The development of new mobile technologies and standards to meet demand is well underway.
We understand your challenges, and we’ve designed our portfolios to help you address these questions.
Taken together, our solution empowers you to capitalize on the next generation of wireless and IoT.
For licensed mobile network operators, the demand side of the next five years is hugely exciting. However, crafting strong business performance out of this abundant demand–and the huge increase in bandwidth required to cope with it–certainly won’t be straightforward.
Fixed Wireless Access has been gaining momentum as one of the key use cases being explored as part of service providers' plans for 5G. 5G WWC as defined in 3GPP Release 16 opens the door to brand-new user experiences, including service equivalency and wireline-wireless convergence.
This helps service providers to leverage WWC to provide differentiated services, including the ability to offer enhanced SLAs along with network simplification and optimization.
Key topics this webinar include:
- FWA market overview
- Opportunities and use cases for FWA
- New mobile and converged services for enterprises & key verticals
- Advantages of multi-access and intelligent traffic steering - Juniper Multi-Access User Plane.
In this white paper, you’ll learn about:
With a 5G-ready technology strategy, operators can prepare for rapid 5G service launch to optimize their investment in next-generation IP and mobile core platforms over the next three years.
Enhanced mobile broadband, massive machine-type communications, and ultra-reliable and ultra-low latency communications are the primary use cases that define 5G. While most of the industry focuses on 5G NR, the transport network has a critical role to play in 5G by providing the fronthaul, midhaul, and backhaul infrastructure – collectively known as “xhaul” –that will enable these new use cases and applications economically and at scale.
This White Paper explores:
As users demand more mobile services and richer content, premier providers of fiber-optic network services are challenged with supporting the staggering quantities of traffic going across their networks, and at the same time cost-effectively maintaining support for older 2G and 3G services.
Our solution delivers an adaptable, service-aware fabric that provides high scalability, performance, and resiliency for 5G applications and services.
Reason 1: High Performance and Scalability
Reason 2: Assured Service Quality
Reason 3: High Reliability and Availability
Reason 4: Ultra-Fast, Persistent Mobility
Reason 5: Unmatched Affordability, Manageability, & Simplicity
128 Technology provides a service-oriented architecture and several key features that help the network achieve continuous, cost-effective connectivity for distributed, remote locations.
Learn how 128 Technology can help you achieve continuous, cost-effective connectivity for distributed remote locations.
New ‘Cloud + 5G + AI’ era innovations—distributed edge computing, network slicing, massive IoT deployments—will greatly expand the potential threat surface you need to protect.
Juniper's Connected Security approach converges network and security—extending security to every point of connection to safeguard your users, your applications and your infrastructure.
Service providers will need an agile IP transport network for 5G scale & services to generate revenue and will also need to evolve to a converged, programmable IP network with end-to-end network Slicing as well as a cloud-based architecture, a threat-aware infrastructure and automation capabilities at exponential scale.
Service and Topology Exchange Protocol (STEP)
Enables 128T Session Smart™ routers to exchange service and connection information. Brings advanced heuristics and predictive analytics capabilities similar to live navigation for vehicles or the simplicity of a software only solution that ensures easy integration into UC and SD-WAN services.
Mobile Edge Computing
Automated discovery of MEC nodes at the edge of the networks without any reconfiguration. Failsafe delivery of sessions to closest MEC nodes based on network slicing requirements.
Location independence and session continuity to support mobility and V2X (vehicle-to-everything) technology. Enable high speed mobility without overhead, redirection, and interruption.
Enabling remote operations with better access to data can be particularly challenging for businesses who are ready to transform. Doing so requires overcoming connectivity challenges, bandwidth costs, and performance impairments.
With a smarter approach to networking, businesses can enjoy better access to valuable data from central and remote locations, enable access to data in the cloud, reduce the on-site staff requirements at remote locations, generate significant cost savings, and even offer new revenue-generating services.
Development, Integration, Engineering, Capacity planning, and Deployment management of Backhaul network.
Specific network elements include Cell Site Router, Microwave Network Elements, Backhaul Aggregation Elements, and Ethernet Test heads, MW Radio Development & Certification
Development, design, integration, engineering, capacity planning, and deployment management of wireless & wireline data, security, elements/systems and Networks.
End-to-end IP, OSS & security design and integration of services over Ethernet, IP, & GMPLS; development of IP OSS.
Edge Core IP & Ethernet Switching ,Wireline Services VAS ,Route Reflectors, IP Addressing - WLNCDNs/CPs, IP Analytics & Modeling, IP/Ethernet WAN,CPE ,Managed Data Services, IP Aggregator Development,E2E OSS transport Design & Integration.
E2E Wireless IP Network & Application design & Integration, Wireless IP Network Evolution, WLS Convergence ,3rd Party IP design.
Wireless Core Performance, PDSN,HA,VMU HA, Static IP, Data Link, ECS –SPI/DPI functionality, GGSN –International Data RoamingIPv6 Program, Load Balancers, Data Lab Design/NPL.
Routers and Switches,Internet Gateways,CDN,OSSN,OSSnet,IP Addressing - WLS,Budget,Unit Cost.