Posted: August 19, 2013

As the data capacity demand on mobile phone and other wireless operator networks booms, their telecom backbones, or backhaul infrastructures, have struggled to keep pace. To get high volumes of data from coast to coast, operators have in more recent times relied on fiber optic technology for their voice and data traffic. However, for these long-haul operations, fiber lacks practicality, flexibility, cost effectiveness, security and quick time-to-market. Increasingly, operators are turning to the original long-haul telco solution to meet all these needs: microwave radio.

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