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circuit switched

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"Circuit switched fallback (CSFB) is a technology devised to allow Voice services.
A packet switched network is made using optical fibre, over copper cables that circuit switched networks use.
1 for mobile voice telephony for the second time in a row with the legacy circuit switched voice service, according to the most recent mobile benchmark test by independent magazine Connect.
Data center operators and metro service providers also deploy CALIENT switches to offload large highly persistent data flows from packet networks to optical circuit switched networks within and between data centers, delivering light speed express path connectivity between compute resources with virtually no latency.
This allows the carriers to reuse older spectrum that they initially allocated for voice service that were circuit switched.
Ericsson will deploy its multi-standard radio base station RBS 6000, circuit switched and packet networks including Evolved Packet Core and Operation Support Systems (OSS).
The contract covers radio access, circuit switched core, packet switched core, expansion and upgrade of charging systems.
How will operators in the United States organize the transition from legacy interconnection rules for circuit switched networks to rules applicable to NGN?
The company works to improve end-to-end network performance, including network elements such as the IP packet switched core network, circuit switched core network and radio network.
"Service providers are increasingly interested in cost-effective, open-systems platforms that can bring the reliability of circuit switched network platforms to IP networks."
GPRS and EDGE data sessions are not circuit switched and, for that reason, require a new package routing network to interface to the IP.

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