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4G live in London: the backhaul behind the scenes

In this film we visit Telefonica O2 who discuss their superfast 4G LTE Trial in London and how CBNL technology is backhauling the network behind the scenes. We take look at the largest UK LTE trial in action and speak to Rob Joyce, Head of O2's 4G Trial, who explains their objectives and what consumers have to look forward to. Dr John Naylon, CTO at CBNL, explains our approach to backhauling the trial and how our point-to-multipoint microwave technology works to manage the data demands of LTE traffic. Find out more about the trial and point-to-multipoint backhaul -


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