PASOLINK NEO is the industry's leading IP Microwave backhaul system with unmatched reliability, latency and throughput in the field.

PASOLINK NEO iP enhances the performance and capacity of PASOLINK NEO microwave products with new switching, aggregation and traffic engineering features that bring intelligent flexibility and control to any backhaul network. The switching and traffic engineering functions can be optionally provided in our stand alone solution PASOLINK NEO iP.

Beyond the Ethernet and aggregation features of other NEO Series products, a vast array of Multiservice Transport and Traffic Engineering functions whitch include Multi-service aggregation, Pseudo wire technology, Synchronization technology, MPLS switching, advanced QoS and Shaping, EthernetOAM and sophisticated protection mechanisms are supported. Separate TDM and Packet switches ensure Dual Native Switching without multiservice configuration impacting switching capacity.

Any NEO microwave product can be provided in an iP configuration such as the new PASOLINK NEO High Performance (HP) version. It easily meets the needs of PDH/SDH, Hybrid or all-IP backhauls supporting wireless broadband services. NEO HP features up to 1.6 Gbps capacity at 256QAM, supports port based VLAN tagging, 4 queue QoS, Ethernet link aggregation and software selectable modulation schemes and capacities. 6-38 GHz frequency range support, XPIC technology and GbE make this a very powerful solution in only 1U.


Design concept

  • Re-organized for cost effective capacity scale
  • Unifies backhaul networks into
    "one backhaul network" to reduce complexity and increase flexibility
  • Reduces backhaul OPEX, particularly
    for leased bandwidth

Network transformation and optimization

  • TDM and ATM Optimization
  • Network unification and transition to packet
  • All Packet or Hybrid backhaul
  • End to end QoS and Traffic Engineering

Technical merits

  • MPLS
  • VLAN / QoS
  • Bandwidth management (Shaping)
  • Link Aggregation
  • IP Ring Protection
  • Prioritization
  • Granularity

Operational merits

  • 2G to 3G mobile backbone optimization
  • IP migration for 3G to LTE
  • WiMAX bandwidth management