ADVA‘s new upgrade and additional hardware help mobile network operators (MNOs) meet stringent 5G sync requirements and support all existing mobile technologies. According to ADVA’s announcement, the company made enhancements to the OSA 5420 edge device and the OSA 5430 and 5440 core solutions. Thus ADVA’s portfolio of Oscilloquartz technology brings new levels of accuracy to synchronization networks.
Highest levels of precision and reliability
The new technology enables a seamless transition to ePRTC and emerging PRTC-B specifications while supporting legacy interfaces for frequency synchronization. Additionally transparent and boundary clocks with tighter specifications that assure precise timing delivery to base stations. Gil Biran, general manager, Oscilloquartz, ADVA said
“These new features give communication service providers exactly what they need. Now there’s a truly risk-free route to the new breed of mobile services. With our technology, network operators can keep their legacy services up and running while cost-effectively achieving the extremely stringent timing requirements of 5G. MNOs rely on their existing applications and we don’t expect them to be phased out any time soon. Yet it’s also important to stay ahead of the curve and ensure that 5G connectivity is ready to go. That’s why we’ve enhanced our modular devices to both protect and future-proof legacy synchronization architectures. With our technology, it’s easy to maintain existing revenue streams while preparing to meet the strict new ePRTC/PRTC-B specifications needed to support tomorrow’s phase and time synchronization.”