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June 4, 2012

Huawei unveils new mobile broadband application

Backhaul Adaptive Solution provides operators with an IP Backhaul Performance Monitor and IP Backhaul Quality Management services

By CBR Staff Writer

Information and communications technology (ICT) applications provider Huawei has launched Backhaul Adaptive Solution, a new mobile broadband (MBB) application which allows broadband operators with an IP Backhaul Performance Monitor (IPPM) and IP Backhaul Quality Management (IP SQM) services for improvement of IP backhaul efficiency.

The IPPM service constantly monitors QoS between the eNodeB and the EPC Serving Gateway according to speed, delay, jitter and packet loss while the IP SQM service focuses on the downlink from the EPC Serving Gateway to the eNodeB to realise smooth levels of data traffic and buffering.

The IP SQM also supports both static and dynamic bandwidth adjustments based on data provided by the IPPM, increasing backhaul usage and improving user experience by decreasing packet loss and retransmission.

Following the successful test by global operators, the Backhaul Adaptive Solution has shown a 50% increase in TCP transmission efficiency when S1 link congestion occurs, claims the company.

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