The solution is built with the compact and precise OSA 323OB cesium clock as well as the SyncView™Plus management system, which gives Globe Telecom complete oversight and remote control of every synchronization element.
Paving the way for LTE services and beyond was one of Globe Telecom’s main requirements. The extra capacity and throughput will be essential for instant video streaming, multi-media applications and to enable the internet of things to grow. To make this possible the new synchronization network is one of the first to utilize the OSA 5335 modular PTP grandmaster. This device can accommodate more than 6,000 remote slaves, giving it the market’s highest capacity. The solution is also built with the compact and precise OSA 323OB cesium clock as well as the SyncView™Plus management system, which gives Globe Telecom complete oversight and remote control of every synchronization element. This level of control makes a real difference to the speed and reliability of the services that end customers receive.
“To synchronize a network on this scale and across so many islands takes a whole lot of expertise, imagination and cooperation,” commented Gil Biran, general manager, Oscilloquartz. “The close collaboration between Globe Telecom’s team and ours helped make this year’s deployments such a success. As one of the leading service providers in the Philippines, Globe Telecom was determined to go further, to do more than improve its current infrastructure. That’s why the work so far is just the start of a long-term mission to evolve their network. LTE capabilities will be vital for mobile customers and for businesses as the Philippines continues to grow in the global market. We’re bringing the next generation of Globe Telecom’s network to life. We’ve already achieved such a lot and the exciting thing is that we’re still at the beginning of the journey.”