Universal Aggregation Platform



The evolutions of the RAN are the main driver for changes in microwave products, like LTE requiring increased throughput and densification of the network, Small Cell and Cloud-RAN. These changes lead to new technologies in microwave industry to improve capacity by using complex modulation formats, dual carrier solutions, using new spectrum (60 GHz, 80 GHz) and to improve network density at street level with NLOS sub 6 GHz. AGS20 is the unique universal aggregation platform to address all these new application segments in a coherent solution.

AGS20 is Universal Microwave Aggregation Platform addressing the need for carrier-class multi-technology traffic aggregation.
Based on high performance Carrier Ethernet 2.0 engine and capable of supporting MPLS functionalities, the platform enables convergence of the major microwave application segments:

  • Next Generation indoor Unit for split Mount Radio
  • Aggregation for All Outdoor Radio including E-Band
  • Gateway handling Small Cell Radio Cluster

Why using the AGS20 Series family

  • Fully flexible architecture from split mount IDU to transport aggregator
  • Multiple PoE to support and aggregate full outdoor radios
  • MAB support optimizing packet transport network performances (ITU-T Y.1731 ETH-BN)
  • OpenFlow support, SDN ready solution
  • SM-OS based
  • AES 128/256
  • 1588v2 T-BC support
  • MPLS support

Read the Press Release on EANTC MPLS testing results

Read the Press Release of CPFL Energia deployment

Read the Press Release of EOLO deployment


- AGS20 leaflet
- AGS20 leaflet US
- AGS20 leaflet CN

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