NEW DELHI, INDIA: Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) and ECI Telecom, a global provider of networking infrastructure solutions optimized for NGN migration, partnered to deliver fixed-broadband access network supporting speeds of up to 18 Mbps.
As part of the agreement, TTSL will deploy an all-IP next-generation network featuring ECI’s, award winning, Hi FOCuS multi-service access node (MSAN) and SR9000 carrier Ethernet switch router (CESR) platforms.
This broadband access solution has already been deployed across eight cities: Hyderabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Vizag, Vijayawada, Surat and Baroda; for TTSL’s ‘Photon Pro’ network.
ECI’s solution, part of the company’s 1Net framework to simplify networks and allow smooth transition to NGN, represents one of the most comprehensive multi-service, IP-based, broadband access networks that simultaneously supporting next-generation data, video and voice over both fibre and copper infrastructure.
The solution will enable TTSL to enable IPTV, video on demand, high speed broadband Internet, VoIP and other bandwidth intensive services.
A G Rao, president & CTO, Tata Teleservices Limited, said: “ECI’s solutions will allow us to deliver a full spectrum of next-generation services today, well ahead of other operators in the market, while addressing our evolving needs as network architecture and technologies change in the future.”
Rafi Maor, president and CEO, ECI Telecom, said: “ECI brings proven experience and excellence in the broadband access market, servicing and supporting some of the world’s largest tier-1 networks.”
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“ECI’s expertise and in-depth understanding of broadband access solutions were key factors in our decision to choose ECI for this important project. The company’s market-leading solutions allow us to deliver a full spectrum of next-generation services today, well ahead of other operators in the market, while addressing our evolving needs as network architecture and technologies change in the future,” commented A. G. Rao, president and chief technology officer, Tata Teleservices Limited.
Israel-based ECI has been providing the India communication conglomerate with network infrastructure solutions, such as wireless backhaul, WiMax backbone, and broadband access and transport solutions for over five years.
“We are proud of our long-term partnership with TTSL and honoured to be chosen as a trusted partner for this inaugural project. ECI brings proven experience and excellence in the broadband access market, servicing and supporting some of the world’s largest tier I networks,” commented Rafi Maor, president and CEO, ECI Telecom.