Wireless solution marries 2G and 3G
Agere Systems has unveiled its TrueAdvantage Wireless Access Solutions, featuring new technology that allows current and future wireless systems to be simultaneously supported over a single network.
Agere Systems has unveiled its TrueAdvantage Wireless Access Solutions, featuring new technology that allows current and future wireless systems, commonly referred to as second-generation (2G) and third-generation (3G), to be simultaneously supported over a single network The solutions also potentially save wireless service providers worldwide up to $300 million per year in T1/E1, Sonet/SDH and Ethernet leased line backhaul costs
Agere has also revealed that NEC has selected its TrueAdvantage solution, including Advanced PayloadPlus (APP) network processor chips, for use in its wireless access equipment.
The TrueAdvantage solutions consist of a broad family of feature-rich networking chips such as APP network processors, LLP (link layer processor), TADM, Ultramapper, and Hypermapper framing and mapping devices.
Additionally, the solutions offer turnkey software packages, reference designs, and hardware development systems that allow telecom equipment manufacturers to quickly and efficiently build lower-cost, higher-performance wireless access network equipment.