WIRELESS ACCESS NETWORKS
XipLink wireless optimization technology is founded on the SCPS-TP standards originally established to optimize communication links between a spacecraft payload and an earth station.
SCPS-TP based wireless optimizers were further adopted by deploying these techniques at both earth stations, bracketing the stressed wireless link. This deployment model overcomes traditional TCP protocol issues that are encountered when operating over dynamic satellite links that also experience high bit error rates (BER) and highly asymmetric links. Earth based devices are always at an up-link disadvantage due to transmit power limitations.
Terrestrial wireless network operators are now maximizing the capacity of licensed and unlicensed wireless networks by using the same protocol enhancements and data compression techniques that have evolved over 10 years of space based link optimization, which are proving to work equally as well over terrestrial wireless networks like Mesh WiFi and WiMax.
With hub accelerators placed strategically at base station tower locations, the terrestrial network operator can opportunistically place remote accelerators at wireless sites to maximize use of both licensed and unlicensed RF capacity.
With a growing number of wide area WiFi and WiMax devices under development, XipLink’s XE-Series of embedded software is quickly being embedded in many fixed and mobile devices by system integrators and equipment vendors.
XipLink’s very efficient, kernel level XE-Series of embedded software will quickly drive the majority of wireless edge devices to implement wireless optimization, while terrestrial wireless operators embrace this network centric deployment model in their networks to enhance the users mobile broadband experience and to protect their valuable RF spectrum.