|By Business Wire||
|September 4, 2014 08:05 AM EDT||
AOptix (www.aoptix.com), a pioneer in ultra-high capacity wireless communications, will be joining other thought leaders in 4G/LTE and 5G Backhaul as they present in 4G World’s “Next-Generation Backhaul for 4G Networks” panel on Wednesday, September 10. CTIA and 4G World are co-located with Super Mobility Week, being held September 9 through 11 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The mobile backhaul panel discussion will focus on technology options available for 4G/LTE service providers to support 4G traffic, enable new revenue streams, and future-proof their backhaul architectures. Jennifer Pigg Clark, Vice President at 451 Research/Yankee Group, will moderate the panel. AOptix will also exhibit on the Super Mobility Week show floor in the Mobile Backhaul Pavilion, Booth #4055.
“Mobile data traffic has surged at an astonishing rate in recent years, which has caused our networks to experience tremendous bottlenecks. No area of the mobile network feels the strain more than backhaul networks,” said Amit Khetawat, Director of Products at AOptix. “As 4G adoption accelerates, mobile carriers continue to look for solutions for increasing backhaul transport capacity. This panel discussion will provide a focused view of what’s on the horizon for next generation backhaul and will discuss the requirements and various approaches for implementing each.”
Additional information about the 4G World Next-Generation Backhaul Networks Panel can be found here. Executives from AOptix are now available for scheduling customer meetings and media and analyst interviews. Contact AOptix here for more information.
AOptix Technologies Inc. delivers wireless communications technology and equipment that provide carrier grade availability and long-range, ultra-high bandwidth to solve mobile backhaul congestion and other communication challenges for network operators, enterprises and government agencies. AOptix developed Composite-Optical RF (COR) technology from patented optical technologies originally developed for scientific research and advanced defense applications. AOptix is a privately held company based in Campbell, Calif. http://www.aoptix.com
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