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São Paulo, 2-5 October 2017

Join us at the FUTURECOM in Sao Paolo this October, we look forward meeting you to share our experienced in wireless transport networks gathered in 65 years of activity as well as our new venture in fiber optical transport and the innovation we bring to market.

Layer 3 Microwave Radio: offering technology edge solution based over the AGS20 platform. Our IP/MPLS protocols designed to enable LTE-Advance services have been third party tested and validated with all major IP router providers as described in the EANTC 2017 public whitepaper.

OTN Transport: presenting SM-Optics Lightmode product family functional blocks for unprecedented single Network Element flexibility, achieving best capacity and functionality fit at each site. This includes LM-1 OTN with 10Gbps and 100Gbps, and LM-1 WDM transport, maximizing transport capacity while offering best cost per transported bit and lowest latency by technology.

SDH modernization to OTN: LM-1 micro OTN a specific solution designed for network modernization of low speed traffic into OTN transport (SM-Optics patented technology). With this solution SDH/PDH legacy network can be completely decommissioned while maintaining all the services and their native interfaces active. Full network modernization, no customer impact.

SDN native: SDN paradigm exists and it is accessible today. Our transport solution both based over wireless and fibre optics are today SDN enabled, and offer the ability interconnect with TAPI protocols to an SDN controller or service orchestrator (YANG model as defined by ONF with RESTCONF/NETCONF)

Look for us in the mail exposition area or contact us @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you want to set up a meeting.

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