A mobile network is a cellular network that allows the simultaneous use of wireless phones, stationary or in motion, including during high-speed and long-distance travel.
Professional mobile networks (e.g. police, fire brigade, etc.) are a reliable and secure means of communication. As technologies and needs evolve, voice communication is no longer sufficient, professionals need to be equipped with high-performance and secure multimedia communication tools.
The sustained growth of the IoT is well documented, as illustrated by the GSMA study indicating that the number of IoT connections is expected to triple between 2018 and 2025, reaching 25 billion worldwide. Thus, over the same period, the market is expected to grow at an average rate of 23% per year, exceeding $1 trillion in 2025.
The FTTH network opens up the possibility of an almost unlimited level of throughput, both for receiving and sending data, and whatever the distance. A FTTH (Fiber To The Home) network is a network that provides an optical fibre link from the operator or Internet service provider to the subscriber’s home.
Today, users expect more and more quality indoor coverage. Whether in transport, shopping centres or other areas, they can no longer tolerate the lack of regular and seamless 4G coverage, at least in large cities.
Since the 1990s, data transport on underwater optical cables has accounted for almost all intercontinental traffic. Due to their performance in terms of throughput and quality of service, these infrastructures have largely replaced satellites and wireless networks, which are now used to serve isolated areas.
The Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) is a network that interconnects users of IT resources located in the same geographical area (cities or smart territories for example). This network generally uses fiber optic technology.
The backbone, or telecommunications backbone, is the nerve centre of a very high speed network. The backbone uses the most efficient high-bandwidth technologies. Since the 1990s, optical fibre has become the foundation and standard for this segment of digital networks.
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