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CDMA IP-RAN SOLUTIONS LEVERAGING INTERNET PROTOCOL TRANSPORT TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF SERVICE AND FLEXIBILITY IN YOUR EVOLVING CDMA NETWORK
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How will you meet the challenges of delivering the next generation of high-speed services? Whether developing a wireless network for an emerging market or looking to enhance your existing networks, you have many choices in answering this question. The very best path forward will be one that maximises Average Revenue Per User ( ARPU ) while reducing Operating Expenses (OpEx) and Capital Expenditures (CapEx). We understand these crucial business issues. And we’re committed to creating innovative network solutions expressly designed to help you succeed in the converging wireless environment. Our goal is to help you grow your business as you deliver superior wireless experiences — while reducing your costs and capital outlays. One aspect of our strategy for CDMA focuses on incorporating Internet Protocol (IP) transport into your evolving Radio Access Network ( RAN ). With Motorola’s IP-RAN solutions, you can greatly increase network reliability, efficiency and overall return on capital investment, while also enabling the high-speed services that can grow your market share and revenues.
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WHY IP WITHIN THE CDMA RAN? It’s no wonder why the Internet, wireless and broadband are converging around IP transport. It’s simply a better way to network. You enjoy higher speeds, shared resources, more seamless management and cost-effective scaling. And as you gain new power to deliver superior customer experiences, you reduce your overall capital expenditures and cost of operation. Here’s a closer look at the reasons why: ALTERNATE PHYSICAL PATHS IP uses routing and forward protocols that allow packets to be automatically re-routed around interruptions in the transport network, providing a simple way to increase network reliability. POOLED/SHARED RESOURCES IP addressing techniques simplify the creation of resource pools so they can be shared across multiple clients, stretching the value of capital investments. INDEPENDENTLY SCALED FUNCTIONS The distributed nature of IP networks allows different functional elements such as data, voice and Base Transceiver Subsystem (BTS) Span Aggregation to be scaled independently. This can reduce your capital outlays. LINK LAYER INDEPENDENCE Link layer independence allows IP traffic to be transported over many types of physical transport networks, enabling you to reuse investments in existing transport networks. CONNECTIONLESS NATURE IP does not predefine connections or paths between two elements. This reduces network management and increases deployment flexibility.
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