Ceragon: Next-Generation Mobile Backhaul Requirements as Outlined by the NGMN Alliance
Next-Generation Mobile Backhaul Requirements as Outlined by the NGMN Alliance
The Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance is an initiative by a world-wide group of leading mobile operators to provide a coherent vision for the mobile network technology evolution beyond 3G, and for the competitive delivery of mobile broadband wireless services. The vision of the NGMN Alliance is to provide a platform for innovation by moving towards a single integrated network for the seamless introduction of mobile broadband services. The target architecture defined by these recommendations will be an optimised Packet Switched (PS) network architecture, which will provide a smooth migration of existing 2G and 3G networks towards an IP network - along with improved cost competitiveness and higher broadband performance.
Next Generation Mobile Networks, or NGMN, is a concept defined in order to support up and coming LTE/4G services by enabling a single, shared, end-to-end packet transport network for voice and data for all NGMN radio access.
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