Teledata Networks wins $17M deal with Central Asian operator

OCTOBER 12, 2009 -- Teledata Networks will provide a major Central Asian telecommunications company with the new BroadAccess-1000E systems to advance its existing infrastructure toward NGN.

OCTOBER 12, 2009 -- Teledata Networks, a global provider of multiservice access offerings for next-generation networks (NGN), has won a $17 million deal to provide a major Central Asian telecommunications company with the new BroadAccess-1000E systems to advance its existing infrastructure toward NGN.

As part of the awarded project, hundreds of BroadAccess-1000E systems will be deployed across the country to deliver a range of voice and broadband services up to 100 Mbps to residential and business customers.

The BroadAccess-1000E systems will provide the multifunctionality of an IP-MSAG, IP-DSLAM, and fiber access platform and is expected to transform the current network to IP-based NGN. The systems will be installed in an advanced FTTR and FTTP network architecture suited to the supply of high-speed services over copper and optical fiber. BroadAccess-1000E incorporates a 360-Gbps Ethernet design together with 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) resilient transmission and a range of optical and xDSL services, including ADSL2+ and VDSL2.

"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," claims Eran Ziv, chief executive officer of Teledata Networks. "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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