Axerra Networks

ARCHIVED EVENTS: WEBINARS

 

Date: 04/15/10

  
"Mobile Backhaul Webinar:
MEF 22 Briefing for Operators"
 
Thursday, 15 April 2010, 11am EDT New York, 8am PDT (4pm London, 5pm Paris)

From TDM circuits to Ethernet packet network technology – more than ever, it’s critical to stay up-to-date with the technologies and specifications shaping mobile backhaul networks.  Attendees should take advantage of this live web event to gain greater insight into an evolving MEF standard and the challenges of mobile backhaul networks from an impartial and expert perspective. The MEF is a neutral, consensus driven organization that addresses the challenges of evolving mobile networks in a collaborative manner.

For more information about this webinar, click here.

For more information about Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions, click here.


"Mobile Backhaul Webinar:
MEF22 Briefing For Operators"

Date: 06/03/08

Host: Patrick Donegan
Senior Analyst
HEAVY READING
  
"Wireless Backhaul:
Technology Choices for Lower OpEx"
 
 
On June 3, 2008 at 12:00 pm (New York; 5:00 pm London) Axerra participated in an informative educational webinar on "Wireless Backhaul: Technology Choices for Lower Opex."

Cellular operators are under a lot of pressure to slash the cost of connecting base stations to their networks. This Webinar reviews ways of achieving this by adopting alternatives to traditional TDM circuits – alternatives that range from microwave to such things as pseudowire connections over IP/Ethernet infrastructure.


For more information about this webinar, click here.

For more information about Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions, click here.




"Wireless Backhaul:
Technology Choices for Lower OpEx"

Date: 09/12/2007

Host: Patrick Donegan
Senior Analyst
HEAVY READING
  
"Mobile Backhaul Optimization:
2G, 3G, 4G, and the 'All-IP' Network"
 
 
On September 12, 2007, Axerra participated in the presentation of an informative and educational Light Reading Webinar on "Mobile Backhaul Optimization: 2G, 3G, 4G, and the 'All-IP' Network."

Pseudo-Wires are a powerful technology enabling the transporting of both voice and data traffic over high-capacity, low-cost packet access networks. Recognizing the cost and operational benefits of Pseudo-Wire solutions, mobile operators are looking to migrate to packet-based backhaul networks. This Webinar reviews the challenges of optimizing backhaul networks to support 2G, 3G, and 4G services, and discusses the merits of migrating to an all-IP network.

For more information about this webinar, click here.

For more information about Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions, click here.




"Mobile Backhaul Optimization:
2G, 3G, 4G, and the 'All-IP' Network"
Date: 07/12/2007

Host: Patrick Donegan
Senior Analyst
HEAVY READING
  
"Mobile Wireless Backhaul
Using Pseudo-Wires"
 
 
On July 12, 2007, Axerra participated in the presentation of an informative and educational Light Reading Webinar on "Mobile Wireless Backhaul Using Pseudo-Wires." Hosted by Heavy Reading Senior Analyst Patrick Donegan, the webinar discussed how Pseudo-Wires can:

  • minimize the cost of network infrastructure between cell towers, base station controllers, and mobile switching centers,
  • support existing network architecture,
  • provide a smooth migration from 2G and 3G together with 4G,
  • and much more.

Pseudo-Wires offer mobile wireless operators a full-service alternative to TDM access and a means to substantially reduce backhaul expenses and enhance profitability.

For more information about this webinar, click here.

For more information about Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions, click here.




"Mobile Wireless Backhaul
Using Pseudo-Wires"
Date: 03/14/2007

Host: Michael Howard
Principal Analyst &
Co-Founder of
Infonetics Research

  
"Optimizing Mobile Backhaul for
2G/3G/4G Triple Play"


On March 14, 2007 at 11:30 a.m. Axerra Networks participated in a webinar co-sponsored by Infonetics Research and Telecommunications Magazine. The webinar, "Optimizing Mobile Backhaul for 2G/3G/4G Triple Play," was moderated by Michael Howard of Infonetics.

For more information about this webinar, click here.

For more information about Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions, click here.




"Optimizing Mobile Backhaul for
2G/3G/4G Triple Play"
Date: 11/1/2006

Host: Tal Liani
Research Analyst
Merrill Lynch
"Wireless Backhaul
Using Pseudo-Wires"

On November 1, 2006, Merrill Lynch hosted a webinar on "Wireless Backhaul Using Pseudo-Wires" with Gil Biran, founder and COO of Axerra Networks.

“Pseudo-Wire Emulation (PWE) is an exciting disruptive, Ethernet-based technology being actively considered by carriers as a lower-cost alternative to conventional solutions,” states Tal Liani, Research Analyst at Merrill Lynch. “Pseudo-Wires are based on Ethernet, which is more efficient for bursty data traffic transport. Moreover, from a cost point of view, PWE technology scales well, with price per megabit declining substantially as the bandwidth increases.”

For a copy of Merrill Lynch's advisory report on Pseudo-Wires or access to the webinar archive, please email: info@axerra.com.




"Wireless Backhaul
Using Pseudo-Wires"
Date: 6/28/2006

Host: Scott Clavenna
Chief Analyst, Heavy Reading
"Deploying Business Services
Using Pseudo-Wires" 

On June 28, 2006, Axerra Networks participated in the presentation of an informative and educational Light Reading Webinar on "Deploying Business Services Using Pseudo-Wires." Hosted by Heavy Reading Chief Analyst Scott Clavenna, the webinar discussed how Pseudo-Wires enable cable operators, mobile wireless operators, Ethernet service providers, and incumbent carriers to transform any packet network into a full-service alternative to TDM access, opening up new opportunities for business services.

For more information about this webinar, click here.




"Deploying Business Services
Using Pseudo-Wires"
Date: 1/25/2006

Host: Scott Clavenna
Chief Analyst, Heavy Reading

 
"Mobile Wireless Backhaul Using Pseudo-Wires"
 

On January 25, 2006, Axerra Networks participated in the presentation of an informative and educational Light Reading Webinar on "Mobile Wireless Backhaul Using Pseudo-Wires." Hosted by Heavy Reading Chief Analyst Scott Clavenna, the webinar discussed how Pseudo-Wires are the powerful, enabling technology for transporting both voice and data traffic over high-capacity, low-cost packet networks in the radio access network. Pseudo-Wires offer mobile wireless operators a full-service alternative to TDM access and a means to substantially reduce backhaul expenses and enhance profitability.


For more information about Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions, click here.




"Mobile Wireless Backhaul Using Pseudo-Wires"

Date: 11/3/2004
Host: Scott Clavenna, Chief Analyst, Heavy Reading.

 
"Pseudo-Wire Technology for True Convergence"

On November 3, 2004, Axerra Networks participated in the presentation of a Light Reading Webinar on Pseudo-Wire Technology. Pseudo-Wires (PWs) enable providers to roll out a full complement of both emerging and legacy services from their IP and MPLS networks.

Pseudo-Wire technology is a hot topic because it furnishes greater operational efficiency while simultaneously enabling a smooth migration strategy to a single converged network, without stranding any revenue streams from legacy services.

Axerra Networks, "The Pseudo-Wire Company™," is the leading provider of circuit emulation and service emulation solutions over packet access networks. An early innovator of Pseudo-Wire technology, Axerra continues to be a leading contributor to the IETF's Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3) working group and other standards organizations.


For more information about Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions, click here.



"Pseudo-Wire Technology for True Convergence"

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