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As the demand for smartphones surge, so does the strain on current mobile backhaul networks. Mobile network operators are now facing the challenge of upgrading their networks to handle the increased data traffic resulting from bandwidth-intensive mobile applications being designed for the powerful computing devices.

Traditional TDM networks are no longer able to carry the extra load. Many of today’s communication providers and operators are looking into small-cell technology and carrier ethernet to improve their networks. Other backhauling solutions also include using satellite bandwidth capacity to ease traffic on the networks. Intelligent systems using the wi-fi has also allow the backhaul networks to decide where to route-taffic on their own.

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