Wavence: the microwave solution for 5G transport
Prepare your microwave transport for the telco cloud and 5G era with Nokia Wavence. The Nokia Wavence range introduces innovative, high-capacity ultra-broadband transceivers to support operators as they transition to 4.5G, 4.9G and eventually 5G networks.
To provide backhaul flexibility for ultra-dense heterogeneous city networks - where microwave transport is used to link small cells to fiber access points - Nokia Wavence microwave now supports Carrier SDN. Operators will benefit from new intelligence and automation, including rapid power-up of virtual network functions and adaptable parameters to support changes on the radio access network, such as when people move from work to home.
The ultra-broadband transceiver UBT-S, a single carrier box, the UBT-T, a dual carrier in a box radio and the UBT-m 80, a compact E-band radio, support carrier aggregation to deliver multi-gigabit, low latency microwave transport.
Nokia Wavence is the evolution and the new name for the Nokia 9500 Microwave Packet radio family. It is backwards-compatible with operators’ Nokia microwave installed base and provides a cost-effective path to 5G.
- Ultra-high capacity with outstanding radio performance of 2.5 Gbps in standard frequencies and up to 10 Gbps with E-Band carrier aggregation
- Complies with 5G low latency requirements including cloud RAN architecture
- Direct interoperability with Nokia AirScale 10G transport interfaces
- High-speed connectivity and programmability through software defined networking (SDN)
- Innovative product design with compact wideband / sub-band free radios, drastically simplifying installation, maintenance and spare parts management
Nokia Wavence ultra-broadband transceivers provide 10G high-speed connectivity and programmability through SDN to support standard backhaul and Ethernet fronthaul for a clear evolution to the telco cloud.
The Ultra-broadband transceiver Single and Twin with compact wideband / sub-band free radios, drastically simplifies installation, maintenance and spare parts management.
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