Intracom Telecom showcases new E-band radio at MWC 2017

UltraLink GX80 has been developed to deliver fiber-like services at a low TOC
John Tenidis, marketing director of Intracom Telecom's wireless solutions portfolio
John Tenidis, marketing director of Intracom Telecom's wireless solutions portfolio

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Intracom Telecom, a telecommunication systems and solutions vendor, is displaying UltraLink-GX80- its new point-to-point E-band radio at its stand 7B54, in hall 7, at MWC Barcelona.

Mobile operators and ISPs can benefit from the high capacity FDD radio, which has been developed to deliver fiber-like services at a low cost of ownership. John Tenidis, marketing director of Intracom Telecom's wireless solutions portfolio, said: "UltraLink-GX80 is a versatile, future-proof radio, which satisfies the explosive capacity increase of the backhaul requirements of current 4G+ and future 5G deployments. At the same time, it enables mobile network operators to cost-effectively deploy C-RAN architecture today by supporting native CPRI transport, while being software upgradeable to support the fronthaul protocols of tomorrow.”

The vendor is also showcasing at MWC its new unified IoT management and monetisation solution. The platform leverages a list of horizontal IoT components as well as open API’s, enabling the communication among a wide range of sensors and devices.

 

 

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