MaxLinear modem drives field trials for 5G mobile backhaul over cable network

Thursday 9 April 2020 | 16:47 CET | News
MaxLinear announced that GiaX is in production with its HelEOS network system that delivers 10Gbps symmetrical throughput over coaxial cable infrastructure and is powered by the MxL85110 gigabit modem system on chip (SoC). Leveraging the high throughput and low latency provided by the MxL85110, the HelEOS platform provides a Virtual Fiber platform that meets the evolving demands of mobile backhaul over the cable network without having to install fibre. 

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