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ANDA Networks unveils Ethernet mobile backhaul solution with multi-service traffic optimization

November 3, 2009

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- ANDA Networks, the leader in carrier-class fiber and copper-based access network platforms, has launched its new EtherEdge 4300 Ethernet-based mobile backhaul device. Residing directly at mobile base-station towers, the EtherEdge 4300 incorporates ANDA’s award-winning EtherProbe real-time performance monitoring verification, with new EtherStream sub-flow monitoring for on-demand WAN optimization and management of high-growth, multi-service mobile data traffic flows. This enables the EtherEdge 4300 to load balance, perform WAN optimization and reallocate bandwidth without the need for additional devices or deep-packet inspection, which can be intrusive and tax the bandwidth of the access links.

“Recently, there has been an explosion of video and other rich-content service traffic over 3G/4G backhaul networks. For example, AT&T has seen its wireless data traffic grow by a factor of 18 during the past two and a half years,” said Stan Hubbard, senior analyst for Heavy Reading. “This creates management problems for mobile operators since data traffic is bursty with large unpredictable increases and decreases of traffic from “high-bandwidth events” (viral videos, breaking news, etc.) that can adversely impact quality of service. Therefore, mobile carriers need the ability to dynamically allocate the various mobile traffic flows in real time to ensure a uniform quality experience.”

ANDA Networks Inc.

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