Fronthaul is a critical part of the Private 5G network architecture. It binds together Radio Units, Distributed processing Units, and, especially for industrial environments, high performance Mobile Edge Computing Nodes. 5G Fronthaul is much more than evolved 4G Fronthaul – in fact, a completely different architectural approach is needed In 5G Fronthaul, traffic patterns […]
5G networks are not just a faster 4G/LTE, they are transformational for how businesses operate. 5G is architecturally new in that it will support 100X the throughput of LTE and up to 1 million devices in just less than a half a square mile. People in general have a thirst for the internet. This thirst […]
5G represents not only a new Radio technology, but also a significant evolution of the network architecture. This is particularly relevant for Industrial environments, where the network architecture must support specific latency and resiliency requirements. Below are two deployment models that will be commonly used in this next Industry 4.0 private networks. Hybrid Deployment Model […]
Canoga Perkins will participate to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Americas 2019. This year’s event will focus on intelligent connectivity – the powerful combination of high-speed 5G networks, ultra low latency networks, the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and big data – and bring together more than 22,000 industry leaders and attendees. MWC […]
Once again, Canoga Perkins is proud to be a sponsor of MEF19, one of the largest gatherings of telecommunications innovators and leaders from around the world. Canoga’s booth (#213) will showcase a number of NID products and innovative solutions that enable rapid development of new Carrier Ethernet services, evolve end-to-end network operations and transition to a […]
The 2201 Chassis houses all 2200 Series Modems. The chassis supports AC Redundant and Non-Redundant Power Supplies. 2200 Series Modems are available in rack mount and standalone form factors.
The 2270 High Performance Universal Fiber Optic Modem supports a variety of serial data interfaces and speeds from 300 Bps to 20 Mbps. Special features of the modem make it compatible with crypto and video conferencing applications.
The 2262 T-1 and E-1 Fiber Optic Modem is available with T-1 and E-1 Interfaces.
The 2240 Universal Fiber Optic Modem supports a variety of serial data and telephony interfaces with speeds from 300 Bps to 2.048 Mbps. Special features of the modem make it compatible with crypto and video conferencing applications.
The 2370 High Speed Universal Fiber Optic Modem houses hot swappable plug-in modules for the local Electrical Interface. Serial Data and Telephony modules are available for a variety of applications and situations. This modem supports asynchronous data rates to 15 Mbps, synchronous data rates to 20 Mbps, and modem redundancy.