Aviat Networks joins Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance
Aviat Networks Inc., a leading expert in microwave networking solutions, announced that it has joined the Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance as an active sponsor along with a community of leading operators and manufacturers in the mobile industry. The company will also be showcasing its latest LTE proven products at the NGMN Industry Conference, which will be held June 13-15, in San Francisco, California.
"We are delighted to have Aviat Networks join the NGMN Alliance and look forward to their participation and contributions in helping our partners to define network architectures for the cost efficient delivery of seamless mobile broadband services for LTE and beyond," says Dr. Peter Meissner, NGMN Operating Officer.
"Joining the NGMN Alliance as an active sponsor presents an exciting opportunity for Aviat Networks to work alongside the industry's leading mobile operators, vendors and research institutions, to craft the direction of next generation mobile networking which aligns well with Aviat Networks' goals and objectives as a leader in mobile backhaul innovation," says Shaun McFall, senior vice president and CMO, Aviat Networks.
Aviat Networks will also be showcasing its latest LTE proven products and solutions at the NGMN Industry Conference & Exhibition in San Francisco, June 13-15 at Metreon City View, Yerba Buena Gardens. Attendees will be able to see firsthand and learn how Aviat Networks' LTE-proven packet backhaul networks are delivering superior Ethernet and microwave RF performance today – with non-disruptive migration options and mission-critical reliability – designed to help service providers address the cost, capacity and complexity involved with the evolution of their mobile network infrastructure.
To arrange a meeting or interview with Aviat Networks, please visit us in the exhibition hall at space #109 or submit your request on our press site at www.aviatnetworks.com/media-room/.
Find additional information on the conference website: www.ngmn.org/ice2012.