As part of the awarded project, hundreds of BroadAccess-1000E systems will be deployed across the country to deliver voice and broadband services of up to 100Mbps to residential and business customers.
According to Teledata, the BroadAccess-1000E systems will provide the multi-functionalities of an IP-MSAG, IP-DSLAM and Fiber Access platform and will transform the current network to IP-based NGN. The systems will be installed in an advanced FTTR and FTTP network architecture that is ideally suited to the supply of high speed services over copper and optical fiber.
The company has added that with an all-round optimal solution for the operator's access network evolution, BroadAccess-1000E incorporates a powerful 360Gbps Ethernet design together with 10Gigabit- Ethernet resilient transmission and a range of optical and xDSL services, including ADSL2+ and VDSL2.
Eran Ziv, CEO of Teledata Networks, said: “The outstanding capabilities of the new BroadAccess-1000E platform provide a perfect match for the customer's needs for efficient migration to NGN and Triple play. This significant deal follows a series of recent wins that highlight the superiority of BroadAccess-1000E over competing solutions and continue to strengthen our business growth and leading market position.”
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