Sunrise Telecom unveils single platform mobile backhaul field verification solution


Sunrise Telecom announced RxT, smart productivity test
platform, offering a complete solution for mobile backhaul installation and
service activation in a single unit.


The RxT addresses
the wide range of service verification requirements network operators face when
deploying mobile backhaul infrastructure to enable next-generation mobile
communications and smart phone applications.


Accurate and rapid verification of mobile backhaul
infrastructure has become imperative for mobile service providers to keep pace
with the explosive demand for mobile services. While Carrier Ethernet is
considered the emerging platform of choice for backhaul, it still represents
only a small percentage of existing mobile backhaul networks.


Consequently, service providers must also be able to
cost-effectively test and verify existing legacy backhaul networks as well as
meeting service level agreements for Carrier Ethernet backhaul networks as they
migrate to the new technology.


Unlike other test and measurement platforms, Sunrise Telecom’s RxT includes network
verification capabilities for legacy Time Domain Multiplexing E1/T1, and
SONET/SDH interfaces used in second and third generation (2G and 3G) mobile


The RxT also provides IntelliSAM, the industry’s most
comprehensive ITU-T Y.1564 Carrier Ethernet service activation test capability
along with a unique bandwidth profile measurement algorithm developed to
dramatically surpass the carrier Ethernet activation methodology previously
offered in RFC2544.


The advanced capabilities offered in Sunrise Telecom’s
portable, modular RxT platform have been designed to verify the performance and
robustness of most demanding fourth generation, Long Term Evolution (4G/LTE)
mobile networks.


The first of its kind, the RxT’s mobile backhaul
verification capability increases productivity by allowing technicians to
seamlessly keep pace with next generation backhaul systems and successfully
manage the transition from E1/T1 and SONET/SDH to Ethernet,” said Bahaa
Moukadam, chief executive officer of Sunrise Telecom.


By Team