Data demand is driving the expansion of the wireless world. Operators across the globe need to increase their capacity as rapidly as possible to meet the increasing demands of their customers and provide the quality of service that is expected.
The macro wireless infrastructure of towers, rooftops and masts, as deployed by operators for much of the incumbent 2G, 2.5G, 3G and even 4G technologies does not provide enough capacity where it is most critical – crowded public places, congested street levels and in-building environments where the data demand is continuous and relentlessly expanding.
Wireless services do not operate without a transport medium for transmit and receive. Over the last number of years that infrastructure has increasingly adopted optical fiber. AFL has helped end-users manage the transition from an installed base of copper products – like twisted pair or coaxial cable – to optical fiber in many demanding, harsh environments where timing is paramount to the success of the installation. Providing a high level of service and the right products has been a hallmark of AFL success within Long Haul Applications, Central Offices, Data Centers and now in Wireless – Macro-Network, DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems), Small Cells and Wi-Fi. This HetNet is another area whereby AFL can differentiate ourselves based upon our history, experience, products, application knowledge and innovative approach.
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