• Broadband Access Network Design: The service creates the solution design and detailed design according to specific customer requirements. It plays a vital role in a converged IP network which provides various combination services of voice, data and video including POTS & VoIP, High Speed Internet Access (HSIA) and IPTV, as well as be part of the mobile backhaul network especially for the bandwidth rich mobile applications such as the services provided by 3G and LTE networks.

The Broadband Access Network Design service brings together the three key customer inputs to consider any number of the five design components as shown below.


 Broadband Access Network Design Key Inputs and Components

  • Core network design:


The purpose of the Network Design service is to help customers to turn their business strategies into a network solution that enables the introduction of end-user services. The service delivers a network design ready for network build and implementation. By applying the common Network Design process, the service provides a customized solution for either building up a new core network from scratch or for expansion/migration of an existing core network. The service can also be used to review and redesign an existing network to ensure CAPEX and OPEX savings and the stable growth of traffic revenue

The Core Network Design (CND) is a subset of our complete Network Design service.  The CND covers the control layer, connectivity layer excluding transmission, and the borders of the access networks’ respective external networks.

 Core Network Design scope

Complementary service families exist for Service Layer, Radio Access, Broadband Access and Transmission (Optical and Microwave). We can offer any combination of these service families to meet the customer needs.


  • RAN network design:

The network design service develops solutions and detailed designs required for successful LTE, WCDMA, GSM and Wi-Fi transport design and integration. Key aspects such as; Dimensioning, Traffic separation, Quality of Service, Network Performance, Redundancy, Addressing/Sub-netting and Security are addressed.