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Nokia helps operators accelerate the deployment of centralized ran

by launching the new 1830 VWM (multi-function WDM module) optical transmission platform, Nokia has extended its mobile prequel solution to support operators to accelerate the deployment of centralized ran architecture to meet the growing consumer demand (watching streaming media and downloading high-definition movies on mobile devices) and the traffic demand of IOT object interconnection

by migrating to the centralized ran architecture, operators can meet the surge in network data traffic demand of users, provide consumers with higher speed mobile broadband services, and make profits. In the centralized ran architecture, the baseband processing function is separated from radio frequency (RF) devices such as radio frequency remote end (RRH) and deployed centrally in one place, which can obtain faster mobile broadband rate, improve capacity and reduce operating costs

for a long time, the industry has been unable to find a cost-effective, easy to operate and scalable way to deploy the pre transmission network while meeting the fast and large flow transmission between the RF remote end and the centralized baseband equipment with high enough performance. Therefore, the application of the centralized ran architecture has been limited. Nokia 1830 VWM series products can effectively solve these problems. Its cost-effective platform can provide the scale, performance and ease of operation required for deployment, making front-end communication feasible in large-scale centralized ran deployment

Nokia extended mobile forwarding solutions at a glance:

the following five new products can achieve the longest transmission distance with the smallest floor space and the lowest power consumption:

1830 VWM optical management unit (PMU), as an optical multiplexing unit, can multiplex multiple wavelengths to a single fiber, and has excellent management functions to meet service level agreements (SLA) and boundary requirements

1830 VWM line conversion unit (Tlu), as a wavelength conversion unit, provides wavelength conversion for non WDM optical signals

1830 VWM optical monitoring unit (OSU), as an OAM unit, provides end-to-end network monitoring

1830 VWM tlu/pmu-4, as a completely outdoor strengthening unit, combines multiplexing, wavelength conversion and management functions for small base stations

the station monitoring module can provide active alarm monitoring according to the user-defined input of the base station station, and has the ability to turn on/off the equipment

based on wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology, multiple wavelengths can be multiplexed on one optical fiber, thereby improving the optical fiber capacity, and this technology can reduce capital expenditure (capex) by up to 32% compared with using only dark optical fiber

meet the most stringent performance and bandwidth requirements, and expand to meet all cpri/obsai rate requirements (CPRI and obsai 1, 2, 4, 8)

through end-to-end operation, management and maintenance (OAM) tools, the operation and management can be simplified, and active network monitoring and management can be added to the passive optical system

provide wavelength conversion function, which can avoid the integration of color light capability in RF and baseband equipment, so that the deployment is faster and more convenient, compatible with the products of various manufacturers, and more cost-effective

provide a full set of comprehensive prequel service support, including deployment, maintenance and professional hosting services, which can not be truly produced and sold after production

enhance Nokia's integrated mobile transmission solutions to meet a wide range of transmission needs through IP, fiber, solid and microwave products

Nokia will demonstrate the new platform on site at the mobile world congress 2016. Welcome to booth 3b10 in hall 3

andrew Schmitt, founder and chief partner of Cignal AI, said: as a leading manufacturer of ran and optical transmission equipment, Nokia can provide a complete solution to support the migration to centralized ran. WDM based optical transmission pre transmission equipment (such as 1830 VWM series products) is an essential part of such migration, because the transmission requirements of centralized ran and LTE-A will completely saturate the optical fiber capacity previously designed for 4G network and Ethernet backhaul. Nokia's solution can help operators expand the capacity of optical fiber resources through WDM technology, so that the transmission network before large-scale deployment becomes cost-effective and practical, and provides support for operators to migrate to centralized ran and eventually lead to 5g development path

Dimitris mavrakis, chief analyst of ovum intelligent network, said: high density RF is one of the structural evolution directions that operators are currently evaluating in their 5g development path, in which centralized Ran is a key element, and mobile prequel is the main challenge they face. We predict that the global expenditure on mobile prequel devices will continue to grow at an annual rate of 24% and reach US $1billion in 2020. Nokia 117.7 has unique advantages in this regard, and can fully seize this opportunity to provide operators with a cost-effective and attractive transformation platform to meet the most stringent cpri/obsai requirements, while reducing costs and energy consumption, and simplifying the operation of front-end networks by providing comprehensive visibility and management functions

Sam Bucci, senior vice president and general manager of Nokia optical network, said: after discovering the demand of mobile operators to migrate to a centralized ran architecture, we cooperated with some of the world's largest operators to expand the 1830 VWM product series. With the participation of more than 30 customers, we finally developed the required toolkit, which can successfully customize our prequel solution to adapt to various deployment scenarios. Through the expansion of 1830 optical transmission product series, Nokia further consolidated its leading position in the field of mobile transmission with its most comprehensive forward and backward solutions in the industry

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