New offering supports convergence of GSM/UMTS/CDMA/WiMAX/LTE and evolution to LTE-Advanced
Huawei, an information and communications technology (ICT) offerings provider, has introduced its GigaSite offering at the Global MBB Forum 2011 in Berlin, Germany.
Making the announcement, Huawei Wireless Network president David Wang said, "GigaSite is the first of three key mobile solutions that will be announced in the context of what Huawei sees as a Giga World."
Based on Huawei’s SingleRAN offering, GigaSite supports the convergence of GSM/UMTS/CDMA/WiMAX/LTE and evolution to LTE-Advanced.
The company said GigaSite offering has been specifically designed to enable operators to improve network capacity. GigaSite utilises future-oriented technologies to realise higher spectrum efficiency and increased throughput and peak speeds, said the company.
Huawei added that the GigaSite supports multi-band, multi-mode and multi-sector for increased total capacity. The power amplifiers offer the highest power output possible for the smallest possible volume, claimed the company.
It said GigaSites also offers simplified site management and a reduction in the total cost of ownership.
Wang said network capacity is the principle problem faced by operators in the mobile broadband era.
Wang added, "Based on deep understanding of operators’ needs, Huawei introduces the GigaSite solution as the first in a series of solutions. Our cooperation with customers around the world and our continued investment in research and development led Huawei to introduce GigaSite, to help operators achieve success in the mobile broadband industry’s new Giga World."