In the Wireless network, the Backhaul portion comprises the intermediate links between the core network, or backbone network and the small sub networks at the "edge" of the entire hierarchical network. Essentially the backhaul network is the one that carries the packets to and from that global network. In other words, the backhaul network generally refers to the side of the network that communicates with the global Internet. These networks serve retail networks which in turn connect buildings and bill customers directly. Besides, Backhaul networks help to eliminate Dependence on Leased Lines.
DHL E1/T1 backhaul solutions combine wireless backhaul with an E1/T1 over IP gateway and superior network management and monitoring tool letting operators maintain their own highly reliable and flexible backhaul networks. Leased lines usually come with many burdens: difficulty in changing locations, lengthy delays requesting service changes and the addition of features is often complicated or impossible. The hassle free LibraMux integrated solution relieves you from the many inconveniences associated with leased lines.
- Eliminate dependence on landline operators.
- Expand into remote areas.
- Choose alternatives to leased lines.
- Deliver high quality, secure transport of GSM traffic.
- Address new or underserved markets.
- Maintain investment in T1/E1 interfaces for BTS and BSC equipment.