Next generation wireless backhaul

Genesis also provides an evolutionary path for combined delivery of high speed residential broadband. Genesis could enable the small cell market to become a game changer for fixed operators, enabling them to become mobile players through leveraging their fixed access networks, assuming of course that they have a license and access to necessary spectrum. Further information about this is available in the Genesis white paper ‘Wireless Alchemy 101: Turning Telecom Copper into Backhaul Gold’ which is accessible on the Genesis web site at: https://www.genesistechsys.com/white-papers.

DSL Rings provides an ideal platform for small cell deployments given that it delivers significant amounts of bandwidth, has multiple powering options, and has close proximity to a huge percentage of telco customers. By using spare capacity in the copper network, aggregating it with the broadband capability delivered to the homes and then sharing it with a small cell unit, DSL Rings enables maximum possible bandwidth to be delivered to both fixed and mobile users.

Genesis mBond solutions deliver macrocell backhaul performance improvements by up to a factor of ten, increasing throughput and revenue per base station and allowing mobile and integrated operators to materially improve quality of service and income potential.


Solutions

Genesis provides a unique solution for telecoms operators that enables them to increase the bandwidth of their broadband services by up to a multiple of twenty, up to a maximum of 400 Mb/s, upstream and downstream combined.

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Genesis technologies offer an economic advantage to delivering small cell backhaul and support line powering (a key need for small cells). 

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Genesis’ mBond solutions provide up to ten times faster broadband bandwidth and the flexibility to meet communication providers and their customers varying needs.

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As data volumes grow exponentially operators are looking their backhaul infrastrucure with an ever greater sense of urgency.  Find out more about the role of copper in the backhaul bottleneck.

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Fibre beyond the cabinet starts to become prohibitively expensive. Discover the options for delivering fibre like speeds over hybrid fibre/copper networks.

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Meeting the challenge of delivering improved broadband to rural communities at a justifiable cost.

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The burgeoning small cell backhaul network demands an affordable solution that can be deployed quickly, easily and in high volumes. 

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