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A new mobile broadband backhaul solution is being marketed with the claim that the non-line-of-sight (NLOS) used will help maintain the infrastructure behind future next-generation networks.

Testing has already begun on 4G mobile broadband, with long-term evolution (LTE) technology expected to allow for significant speed increases in the future.

DesignArt Networks is aiming its new product, a wireless broadband backhaul solution, at mobile operators planning to develop 4G networks.

Chief executive of DesignArt Networks, Oz Barak, explained: "Next-generation mobile network operators need carrier-grade backhaul solutions that are low-cost and can reliably cope with the cell density, service capacity, and service quality requirements of HSPA, WiMAX and LTE deployments.

"Previous wireless backhaul solutions simply do not support these key requirements, and have, in fact, impeded the transition to an advanced 3G and 4G service architecture."

The product was endorsed by researcher Any Fuertes of Visant Strategies, who predicted that the solution would become a must for mobile operators deploying 4G mobile broadband.

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