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Operational WAN for Smart Cities

A comprehensive solution for all Smart City communications

Connect security cameras, WiFi access points, display boards, meter concentrators, and other sensors in urban and rural areas over fiber optics and wireless radios.

Smart City Communications

Your Benefits

Connect

security cameras, WiFi access points, display boards, meter concentrators, and other sensors in urban and rural areas 

Central

management to provision and control the communications network

Long-distance

fiber optic private network backbone with OTN/DWDM multi-tunneling at up to 100G

Turnkey

deployment solutions including consulting, communications, video surveillance and analytics systems, cameras, and sensors

G.8032

Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) and PoE support

Featured Products

Airmux-400
Airmux-400

The Airmux-400 radio systems incorporate advanced features, such as MIMO, OFDM and high modulation schemes. Furthermore, unique air interface capabilities ensure optimal performance and high spectral efficiency in dense radio environments and multipath conditions. Airmux-400 products comply with worldwide regulations and standards and are deployed globally by leading service providers, as well as operators of public and private networks requiring high-capacity connectivity.

Airmux-5000
Airmux-5000

Featuring up to 750 Mbps aggregated sector capacity and a range of up to 40 km (25 miles), a single Airmux-5000 base station supports up to 64 remote subscriber units (SUs) with multi-band operation, making it ideal for:

  • Service providers and ISPs, offering IP backhaul and 4G/broadband access for remote, rural and underserved communities
  • Private networks requiring high capacity inter-branch connectivity for university campuses, healthcare organizations, government institutions, large enterprises and public establishments
  • Security and surveillance applications requiring aggregation and backhaul of traffic from multiple colocated HD cameras
PacketLight
PacketLight

PacketLight solutions are ideal for a variety of vertical markets, such as carriers, ISPs, dark fiber providers, data centers, storage facilities, utility companies (railway and power companies), and financial institutions. The wide range of PacketLight xWDM and dark fiber solutions includes multi-rate sub-10G CWDM/DWDM platforms, 10G CWDM/DWDM and 100G solutions with built-in OTN options, muxponders, amplification and booster solutions, WSS-based ROADMs, 10 x 1-GbE muxponders, and passive multiplexing solutions.

RADview Performance Monitoring
RADview

The RADview features a network element manager, end-to-end service manager for Carrier Ethernet services, performance monitoring portal for ongoing monitoring of Ethernet and IP services, D-NFV orchestrator for virtual machines and application services at the customer edge, and a network planner for resource optimization and capacity planning.

Featuring client/server architecture with multi-user support, RADview provides intuitive graphic representation of network clouds, links, nodes, end-to-end services, and network status indication. Fully ITU-T FCAPS compliant, it offers security management supporting user access profiles and allowing network partitioning.

PowerFlow
PowerFlow-2-10G
PowerFlow

PowerFlow-2 is ideal for operational networks of power utilities, railways, traffic controllers, and safe city applications requiring advanced Ethernet functionality and power over Ethernet (PoE) support.

ETS-1
ETS-1

The ETS-1 Ethernet switches offer highly effective cost-performance ratio. They have a rich L2 and L3 feature set, as well as advanced security functions.  

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Smart City communications across wireless and fiber network

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