Broadband infrastructure solutions

We gather our broadband infrastructure solutions under the headings including Mobile Broadband, Fixed Broadband, IP-MPLS Core and Optical Core.

Mobile Broadband

The operators explore a variety of technologies to provide smooth service for mobile users who have tablet, smart phone or laptop PCs. The applications supported by the mobile devices became an important part of the business and social life. This raises the importance of high speed data access for mobile subscribers.

Mobile Backhaul

The mobile operators require a serious capacity increase in mobile access network with the increased number of smart phones that support the applications such as mobile e-mail, video, online games which consume band width. Accordingly, the increased band width does not bring the same rate of revenue growth, although the number of mobile users has already grown more than the number of fixed users

NA solutions allow operators to provide 2G (TDM), 3G (ATM/IP) and 4G (IP) services over a single MPLS network.

GGSN & SGSN solutions

Today, mobile subscribers receive access to their e-mails, Internet, mobile TV, video-on-demand services (VoD), instant messaging and all other multimedia services through mobile broadband connection.


In the competitive environment of ICT world, operators seek for various ways to reach as many users as possible. Wimax is another key technology providing the high speed access that may increase the number of customers. However, the major difficulty is to provide the quality and smooth services as required by the nature of wireless communication.

NA cooperate with leading companies offer flexible solutions in accordance with the requirements of our customers.


Next generation mobile devices and multimedia applications require new Wi-Fi infrastructure. Such increasing demand for mobile multimedia leads to the requirement for wireless resources and capacity consumption.

The system typically consists of wireless access points, control units and management platforms. Wireless network user is enabled to access the relevant network subject to the relevant security technologies based on the company policy.

The followings are some of the sub-technologies accommodated by this technology:

  • RF Spectrum Intelligence
  • Mobile e-mail
  • Video Surveillance
  • Guest Access
  • Unified Voice Services
  • Location and RFID Services
  • Outdoor Access
  • Etc…

It allows for a smooth and reliable installation on customer part that the necessary infrastructure has been supplied and the compatibility of all the products we use with each other has been tested. We can produce the same quality using the existing infrastructure in accordance with the customer requirements and this leads to flexibility in our business.

Fixed Broadband

a. FTTx : Fiber to the x.

NA solutions includes the following applications

  • Fiber To The Node ( FTTN)
  • Fiber To The Curb ( FTTC)
  • Fiber To The Building or Fiber To The Basement ( FTTB)
  • Fiber To The Home ( FTTH)
  • Fiber To The Premises ( FTTP)
  • Fiber To The Desk ( FTTD)


MPLS (Multiprotocol labeled switching) is actually developed by IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) for the purpose of adding connection-oriented methodology to full-mesh topology. The term Label-switched Path (LSP) is used to define the connection-oriented paths within the disconnected networks. MPLS appears as a premium solution to meet the broadband, service management and other additional requirements in next generation IP-based spinal networks. MPLS deals with the problems related to scaling and packet

NA provide technical management and supervision services for the operators with MPLS networks. If the service providers would like to improve or expand their networks, we also provide consulting services in planning the tests among different manufacturers. Furthermore, we also provide solutions consisting of network monitoring, management and authorization tools to facilitate the works of service providers.


Optical Core

Optic spinal network solutions include subway and long distance fiber communications networks. In addition, such increasing communications requirements including data storage within public area, VoIP, interconnections and multimedia are now satisfied by optic communications technologies.

The products offered for optic networks consist of a wide range of optic and packet-based service platforms that provide communication support from the speed of 100Mbit/s up to the speed of 100Gbit/s per wavelength in the fiber communication environment including multiple services, Ethernet packet, optic and wavelength switching solutions.