- June 15, 2011
- Area 51, Area 52, Aviat Networks, case study, Dugway Proving Ground, installation, Microwave backhaul, microwave radio training, ProVision, public safety, TL 9000, Tooele County Utah, Utah, VX nerve gas
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In an all-indoor configuration, Aviat Networks’ Eclipse Packet Node platform has delivered flexibility to Tooele County, Utah, to transition its partially mountainous, rural legacy TDM network to IP when the traffic demands it. When greater functionality is required, the modular nature of the platform is called upon to ease installation and maintenance.
“The entire design is highly modular, and we are able to drop in new network cards with the latest technology. We just swap new cards for old,” says Dave Williams, communications manager for Tooele County. “So not only does Eclipse Packet Node provide native TDM support for our latency-sensitive, mission-critical traffic today but also allows us the flexibility to migrate to native all-IP traffic as our applications evolve. With this platform, we get the best of both worlds.”
- June 8, 2011
- Aviat Networks, global support services, learning wireless backhaul, microwave radio training, Mobile network operator, Pat Davis, Patrick Davis, Santa Clara, training center, United States
At the Aviat Networks full-service training facility in Santa Clara, Calif., Patrick Davis, director of global support services for Aviat Networks, discusses the numerous offerings that the site can provide. Bringing customers into a closed environment such as the Santa Clara facility allows them to focus on learning the technologies and theories behind microwave wireless backhaul, he says.
We sit down with the customer without distractions outside the office and go over the entire wide portfolio of end-to-end services we offer, Davis says. We cover everything—from IP theory to microwave theory to pathloss to transition from TDM, he says. Product training is on Aviat Networks equipment and other vendors’ devices, such as those from Tellabs.