Nokia has expanded its Wavence 5G microwave portfolio with a new range of indoor and outdoor solutions for communications service providers and enterprises.
Nokia’s expanded Wavence portfolio provides a complete microwave solution for all use cases covering short-haul, long-haul, E-Band, and SDN delivering cost-effective high-capacity ultra-broadband transceivers to support operators with 5G networks.
Nokia is releasing two compact Split Mount solutions for 5G backhauling enabled by the new MSS-E and MSS-HE indoor units. These are compact, cost-optimized units that are the smallest on the market and provide high scalability and high throughput. The units can also handle a wide temperature range spanning -40 degrees to 65 degrees Celsius.
Nokia is also introducing a full outdoor nodal configuration which includes a new ultra-compact module called a Networking Interface Module (NIM). The NIM can be used equally for new deployments or upgrades to the installed UBT base. This flexible, zero-footprint solution can be easily plugged onto a standard Ultra-Broadband Transceiver (UBT) to enhance its outdoor capabilities, offering multiple directions, multiple interfaces, and carrier aggregation. One NIM attaches to all UBT types, specifically UBT-m (80GHz), UBT-T (Twin), UBT-S (Single).
The comprehensive Wavence portfolio provides best-in-class microwaves in traditional bands (6-42 GHz) and E-Band (80 GHz) leveraging Nokia Bell Labs innovation. It provides the maximum efficiency thanks to 100 percent Carrier Aggregation, including for all 5G backhaul use cases across different frequency bands.
Giuseppe Targia, VP Mobile Networks Microwave & Custom Solutions Business Unit at Nokia said, “These new products further enhance Nokia’s industry-leading Wavence portfolio and highlight our leadership in the packet microwave and in both the short-haul and long-haul segment. Wavence’s full-packet architecture and its industry-leading innovations both in E-Band and traditional bands are key to delivering effective 5G mobile transport.”