China Mobile Selects InfiNet Wireless P2P Solution to Connect Remote 4G Base-Stations

China Mobile Selects InfiNet Wireless P2P Solution to Connect Remote 4G Base-Stations Image Credit: YuktaLavannya/Thefastmode.com

InfiNet Wireless, the global leader in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, has been selected by China Mobile to overhaul its network used to connect its remote 4G base stations across the Xinjiang province.

To help the world’s largest mobile phone operator deliver optimum capacity over long distances, InfiNet Wireless has deployed its XG 1000 Point-to-Point (PTP) solution to ensure seamless connectivity between base stations spread across the country. With zero downtime reported to date and no disruptions due to adverse climate changes, the XG 1000 infrastructure has already provided China Mobile with the flexibility to operate multiple services simultaneously, including voice and data transfers across its legacy 2G and 3G networks, as well as its newer 4G platform, claims InfiNet.

Featuring two Gigabit Ethernet ports and an SFP fibre interface as standard, coupled with the support of multiple standard and bespoke data transfer protocols, the selected solution is able to provide major cost savings to China Mobile by eliminating the need for additional converters and third party interfaces.

Kamal Mokrani, Global VP, InfiNet Wireless
Specifically designed by our R&D teams to deliver high-capacity performance over long distances in both LOS and NLOS conditions, whilst maintaining the extremely low latency figures, the XG 1000 family was perfect for this project and this is further demonstrated by the service provider ordering even more links from us to plug a major gap in its backhauling network layer. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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