Three Attributes of a World-class 4G-5G Network Migration Capability
March 1, 2017

Mobile World Congress 2017 covers many aspects of the telecom industry. Among the hot topics being discussed this year is the continued ramp in excitement around 5G and the impact this will have on all aspects of telecoms networks. 5G promises huge advances in wireless technology, with its greater bandwidth… Read More

Solving Scale Challenges in Mexico – One of Latin America’s Fastest Growing Markets
July 11, 2016

By John Martinez, Sr. Marketing Specialist According to emarketer.com, it is estimated that in 2015 there were over 60 million Internet users in Mexico, which represents about a 50% penetration rate.  Compared to other countries this rate is low, but according to eMarketer, Mexico’s Internet adoption rate is rapidly growing… Read More

Reducing Cost and Latency in Ring-based Multi-Layer Networks (AKA Lessons Learned on the Circle Line)
July 7, 2016

By Chris Liou, VP Network Strategy In the London rail system, there is a line called the Circle Line that ferries riders past many famous tube stops in central London – Victoria Station, Paddington, etc. On my last trip to London, I got on the train going the wrong direction.… Read More

Guest Blog: Enabling Cloud-RAN in Hong Kong with Mobile Fronthaul
March 9, 2016

By Byron Chiang Chief Technology Officer of Hutchison Global Communications Yesterday, Hutchison Global Communications Limited (HGC) and Infinera announced HGC’s innovative new mobile fronthaul service in Hong Kong, enabled by Infinera’s Mobile Fronthaul Solution. A subsidiary of Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings Limited (HTHKH), HGC owns an extensive fiber-optic network… Read More

Staying in Sync with Mobile Fronthaul and the Migration to Cloud-RAN
February 9, 2016

By Jon Baldry Director Metro Marketing For a few years now, cloud-radio access networks (C-RAN) have been considered the next step in mobile networks. C-RAN will provide network operators with significant economic and operational advantages, including the centralization and virtualization of key network functions. In order to migrate to this… Read More