Transport 5G to the Edge, Reliably and Efficiently
A Smarter Way to Transport 5G to the Edge
As consumer adoption of 5G escalates, deployment of a reliable, end-to-end transport solution is more essential than ever. A smart, converged transport network that leverages legacy fiber and cell sites accelerates efficient migration to 5G, allowing service providers to seamlessly deliver profitable new services from the core network to the cell tower, all the way to the edge of the network.
Fujitsu Smart xHaul Solutions enable reliable, efficient, end-to-end transport with pay-as-you-go scalability. This comprehensive portfolio of Ethernet-based xHaul transport solutions provides a smooth evolution to a 5G core and a common, converged transport for all 5G services. Incrementally deploy 5G transport infrastructure and services with a cost-effective approach that is aligned to market demand.
Fujitsu Smart xHaul Solutions include fronthaul with time sensitive networking (TSN) & WDM support, as well as mid/backhaul solutions with cloud-based routing.
- Deploy an open, disaggregated, pay-as-you-grow transport architecture for fast and efficient scaling to 5G services and edge computing
- Enable automation and network programmability with open interfaces and enhanced data collection, and AI-based network self-optimization
- Reduce costs and improve customer experience with centralized cloud control with virtualized segment routing and path computation.
And don’t miss the following informative webinars featuring 5G expert
Joe Mocerino, Fujitsu Principal Solutions Architect:
5G Networking Digital
June 1, 2020 & June 4, 2020
Join Heavy Reading and Fujitsu for a Digital Symposium designed to educate service providers on the most significant trends driving the future of 5G networking.
Operator Strategies for 5G Transport 2020: Putting the Packet in xHaul
June 16, 2020
Join Fujitsu and learn how packetized transport can rovide scalability and efficiency at the lowest transport cost.
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