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Join us at Connected Britain 2023, 20 - 21 September 2023 | ExCeL London

Connected Britain is the UK's most important telecommunication event where UK connectivity leaders from across the public and private sector come to meet.

Vitit our booth #58 to discover our Microwave transport solutions: 

    • ALFOplus2, Licensed all-outdoor systems from 6 GHz to 42 GHz. Built for rugged environments with features such as RF multi-core, 4096QAM, 2 Gbps capacity, MPLS and SDN ready, 256-AES Encryption, 10GbE interfaces and low power consumption

    • ALFOplus80HDX, Lightly Licensed all-outdoor e-band systems @ 80 GHz. As with our AP2XG systems, these are built for rugged environments and provide data rates of up to 20 Gbps with the highest system gain, allowing for extended e-band distances and/or greater link availability.

    • AGS20, Licensed split-mount systems from 6 – 42 GHz. The rack mounted indoor unit provides the connections to the network and is MPLS and SDN ready for next-gen networks. More than just an IDU, the AGS20 is an aggregation device allowing you to operate the system in point-to-point mode, or as a nodal solution for multiple point-to-point connections. With configurations up to 16+0, the AGS20 is the ideal solution for trunking applications.

    • NMS5, Element Management System. NMS5 is SIAE MICROELETTRONICA’s proprietary, high-end, network management systems, designed to easy manage and supervise telecommunication networks lowering OPEX. NMS5 manages all SIAE MICROELETTRONICA products offering a full range of applications such as alarm monitoring, performance monitoring, service provisioning, backup & restore, hardware inventory and NE software management.


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