Backhaul bottleneck

Tam, Tony
January 2011
CED;Jan2011, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the operational solutions and equipment which can be utilized to manage mobile Internet traffic. It says that service providers should allocate bandwidth as they maintain quality of service (QoS) so that video flows can be managed. It states that monitoring solutions with Ethernet can manage backhaul bottlenecks as management operational expenditures are minimized. It highlights the challenges associated to mobile services and the solutions employed for traffic policing.


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