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Neterra goes optical to meet the challenge of Bulgaria’s burgeoning data traffic
|05 июня 2008|
Nokia Siemens Networks’ high-speed optical backbone to enhance Neterra’s data and multimedia transport services for corporate customers.
Neterra Ltd., Bulgaria’s leading telecommunications operator, is launching an advanced fiber-optic transport solution from Nokia Siemens Networks to support the growing data national and international data traffic requirements of its corporate customers with reliable, cost effective services.
Nokia Siemens Networks’ optical network solution featuring the Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology, will support high transport speeds and capacity to allow Neterra to offer broadband Internet, Virtual Private Network (VPN) and data transport services to corporate customers and broadcast companies in Bulgaria. The project is to be completed by July 2008.
“We at Neterra, are committed to serving our customers in the best possible way with reliable, advanced modern solutions and services. Faced with a rapidly growing international and regional traffic in data and multimedia since Bulgaria joined the European Union, we chose an efficient and upgradeable solution from Nokia Siemens Networks, ” said Neven Dilkov, Managing Director of Neterra.
Neterra is a leading Bulgarian telecommunications operator and provider of high-quality terrestrial and satellite communication solutions, serving local and international traffic.
Neterra provides fixed and satellite communications solutions to operators, major corporate customers, broadcasters as well as Internet service providers.
“We are glad to be able to support Neterra with the most advanced transport solutions. The installation of this optical backbone network is further evidence of Nokia Siemens Networks’ leadership in providing solutions that facilitate the provision of services that capture the rapidly growing data traffic and help businesses and communities across the world stay online,” said Guenter Haberler of Nokia Siemens Networks, who is in charge of business with fixed carriers, public operators and Internet service providers in Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Nokia Siemens Networks’ DWDM network will provide Neterra with a reliable transport solution ensuring their customers enjoy the reliability of uninterrupted access to the Internet, corporate networks or online television services. This is also a highly flexible solution facilitating future upgrades to cope with growing demand and changing service requirements.
Nokia Siemens Networks will also provide Neterra with an advanced network management system for next generation optical networks (TMNS), as well as network implementation services.