Monday, 24 September 2018

Optimizing Mobile Backhaul: Breaking the 4G Bottleneck

A Knowledge Network Article: Huawei Technologies
Thursday 11 September 14

Challenge caused by data deluge According to a mobile Internet white paper, mobile terminals have become people's primary portal to obtain information. Mobile phones today provide not only simple voice and SMS services, they also offer entertainment, SNS, video-on-demand/video surveillance, and high-speed Internet access services. In the future, video, SNS, and web browsing services will be the major data consumption services. Data consumed on video and micro blogs by Android/iOS devices will make up 50% of all data. Smartphones bring the surge of data consumption. The explosive increase in data consumption prompts global carriers to accelerate LTE deployment, and imposes an even higher demand on the mobile backhaul network. The deployment of LTE improves the bandwidth of wireless air interfaces. However, the traditional mobile backhaul network has become a bottleneck for LTE deployment. It restricts the upstream and downstream traffic flow and compromises user experience…

Challenge caused by data deluge According to a mobile Internet white paper, mobile terminals have become people's primary portal to obtain information. Mobile phones today provide not only simple voice and SMS services, they also offer entertainment, SNS, video-on-demand/video surveillance, and high-speed Internet access services. In the future, video, SNS, and web browsing services will be the major data consumption services. Data consumed on video and micro blogs by Android/iOS devices will make up 50% of all data. Smartphones bring the surge of data consumption. The explosive increase in data consumption prompts global carriers to accelerate LTE deployment, and imposes an even higher demand on the mobile backhaul network. The deployment of LTE improves the bandwidth of wireless air interfaces. However, the traditional mobile backhaul network has become a bottleneck for LTE deployment. It restricts the upstream and downstream traffic flow and compromises user experience…

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