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India's Airtel to trial Nokia 5G-ready fronthaul service

Monday 25 February 2019 | 06:53 CET | News
Nokia announced that Indian mobile operator Bharti Airtel will trial its homogenous fronthaul service which can support 4G, 5G and enterprise services through a common platform. Nokia's converged fronthaul transport service is designed to reduce fiber requirement through multi-channel bi-directional transmission on a single fiber. The platform supports multiple interfaces, including Common Public Radio Interfaces (CPRI) and enhanced Common Public Radio Interfaces (eCPRI).

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airtel / Bharti Airtel / Nokia
Countries: India
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