Exatel Updates Its Packet/Optical Core

'SuperCore' platform will allow all Exatel services to be migrated to 40-Gbit/s lines in Poland and a 10-Gbit/s connection to Frankfurt

June 28, 2010

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PARIS -- NextiraOne, Europe’s leading expert in communications services, has signed a contract with EXATEL, one of the leading telecommunications operators in Poland, for the modernization of its IP MPLS network. The agreement covers the building of a modern SuperCore platform allowing all services offered by Exatel on the IP MPLS frame network to be migrated to 40 Gb/s lines in Poland and a 10 Gb/s connection to Frankfurt, based on Cisco technology solutions.

The hi-tech EXATEL network will be equipped with highly efficient routers integrated via IP over DWDM lines and offering 40 Gb/s of bandwidth. IPoDWDM technology is an advanced solution that allows bandwidth to quadruple. NextiraOne will also deliver a management solution which enables fault and performance monitoring based on EMC products and proactive SLA management. It also lowers space and energy consumption, eliminates potential malfunctions, facilitates network management and consolidates the infrastructure.

The implementation of this agreement allows EXATEL to deliver more advanced services across Europe, and strengthens its position in the Polish telecoms market. Currently the implementation of 10-40Gb/s bandwidth networks does not exceed 5%.


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