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Nortel, Juniper Win in Brazil

Telefonica Empresas deploys nationwide multiservice network in Brazil based on Nortel Networks, Juniper Networks technology

January 15, 2003

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SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Telefonica Empresas is starting to offer multimedia services for corporate customers throughout Brazil, beyond Sao Paulo, with a nationwide multiservice and IP/MPLS network deployed by Nortel Networks (NYSE/TSX:NT), featuring Nortel Networks Passport Multiservice Switches and Juniper Networks (NASDAQ:JNPR) M20 routing platforms. With this nationwide multiservice network, Telefonica Empresas is able to provide a range of voice, data, IP (Internet Protocol) and MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) services, including IP VPN (Virtual Private Network), Internet access and remote access to corporate intranets. "The network was built using `state-of-the-art' technology, building a reliable network for delivery of high-quality, highly-available services," said Herve Adam, managing director, Nortel Networks Brazil. "Telefonica is one of the largest telecommunications providers in the world and is highly acknowledged for its service quality and innovation," said Tim Lambie, vice president, Latin America Sales, Juniper Networks. The Telefonica Empresas network includes Nortel Networks Passport* 7000 Multiservice Switches manufactured in Campinas, Brazil, and Nortel Networks Passport 15000 Multiservice Switches. Nortel Networks Corp. Juniper Networks Inc.

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