Enables mobile service providers to build 4G wireless broadband infrastructure at a lower cost
Fujitsu Network Communications has launched its new BroadOne LS LTE eNodeB base station portfolio that addresses power and implementation cost needs of wireless operators as they expand existing networks to include 4G mobile services.
According to the company, with these new BroadOne LS LTE eNodeBs, mobile service providers will be able to build their 4G wireless broadband infrastructure at a lower cost and offer end-users 4G mobile service at more reasonable rates.
The BroadOne LS LTE eNodeB family is based on a new architectural concept and is expected to be available in distributed and all-in-one versions.
The BroadOne LS LTE series employs a distributed architecture, consisting of a remote radio head and a base band unit (BBU). The BBU comes in both indoor and outdoor models to meet the diverse deployment environments that exist in the network today.
Jim Orr, principal network architect at Fujitsu Network Communications, said: Our LTE solution will allow carriers to make the most efficient use of their spectrum while offering the performance that an increasingly savvy public demands. Fujitsu pioneered GaN HEMT-based amplifiers so we’re able to deliver a whole new level of efficiency and operational simplicity that hasn’t been available before to North America wireless operators.