Thursday, 14 December 2017

WTTx- quick win for home broadband business

Huawei Technologies
Wednesday 01 March 17

WTTx, or wireless to the x, is not a new concept. The industry has been exploring expanded applications for wireless broadband for years. But in recent times, this 4.5G-based technology has been generating quite the buzz. What's with the sudden surge in interest? WTTX ENABLES MAJOR REDUCTIONS IN COST AND TIME The advantages of WTTx are universal, but also uniquely beneficial across different markets and regions. Cost savings are the most obvious benefit, with WTTx offering savings of at least 60% relative to investments in fixed broadband networks. WTTx doesn’t require digging or trenching when passing homes, and no wiring or wall-drilling when connecting them. It's simply plug and play. Short time-to-market is another hallmark of WTTx, especially for mobile operators. Launching WTTx typically only takes a few months because it doesn't require upgrades for either RAN or core networks. Comparatively speaking…

WTTx, or wireless to the x, is not a new concept. The industry has been exploring expanded applications for wireless broadband for years. But in recent times, this 4.5G-based technology has been generating quite the buzz. What's with the sudden surge in interest? WTTX ENABLES MAJOR REDUCTIONS IN COST AND TIME The advantages of WTTx are universal, but also uniquely beneficial across different markets and regions. Cost savings are the most obvious benefit, with WTTx offering savings of at least 60% relative to investments in fixed broadband networks. WTTx doesn’t require digging or trenching when passing homes, and no wiring or wall-drilling when connecting them. It's simply plug and play. Short time-to-market is another hallmark of WTTx, especially for mobile operators. Launching WTTx typically only takes a few months because it doesn't require upgrades for either RAN or core networks. Comparatively speaking…

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