FarEasTone selects Transmode for Taiwan optical metro networks

Dec. 1, 2010
DECEMBER 1, 2010 – Transmode says that FarEasTone, Taiwan's largest mobile service provider, has deployed a new TM-Series Intelligent WDM (iWDMTM) metro network in Taipei. The optical network infrastructure will be used for fixed network traffic.

DECEMBER 1, 2010 – Transmode says that FarEasTone, Taiwan's largest mobile service provider, has deployed a new TM-Series Intelligent WDM (iWDMTM) metro network in Taipei. The optical network infrastructure will be used for fixed network traffic.

Transmode says FarEasTone chose the TM-Series platform after rigorous testing where flexibility and scalability were the key selection criteria. FarEasTone's network team worked with Transmode and Opnet Technologies, a local value added reseller, to roll out TM-Series platforms initially across a six-node point-to-point optical network.

"FarEasTone is delighted with the solution supplied by Transmode and Opnet, which has improved our connectivity and service to our customers. The implementation was swift and cost-effective. In addition we were able to easily integrate the Transmode network management platform with our OSS and BSS systems," said Richard Tseng, manager of the Network & Solution Planning Department of FarEasTone Taiwan.

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