Tellabs Supports Mexican Carrier

Metronet, a Mexican service provider, selects the Tellabs 6300 managed transport systems to relieve the congestion in its network

December 13, 2002

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NAPERVILLE, Ill. -- Metronet, a leading service provider in Mexico, will use the Tellabs(R) 6300 managed transport systems to lower operating costs and improve quality of service for its customers. The Tellabs(R) 6340 switch node and the Tellabs(R) 6320 edge node will enable Metronet's network to offer high-capacity services and move communications traffic more efficiently, thus helping Metronet meet the demands for increased bandwidth and relieve the congestion in Mexico's network. The Tellabs 6340 switch node will add integrated voice and data services to Metronet's metropolitan network. The Tellabs 6320 edge node will manage the bandwidth in Metronet's access network, and transport voice and data traffic at the highest speeds to enhance overall network efficiency. Working together, the Tellabs managed transport systems will greatly benefit Metronet's customers. "We implemented the Tellabs 6300 managed transport systems because we needed to efficiently and cost-effectively enhance our network for high-quality, value-added services," said Joao Tello, general manager for Metronet. "The telecommunications market in Mexico is highly competitive, and we are confident that Tellabs' equipment will help us improve the quality of services we offer to our customers in order to meet today's market demands." "The Tellabs 6300 managed transport system will help Metronet more efficiently manage the bandwidth in its metropolitan network while lowering operating costs," said Jose Luis Kruyff, vice president and general manager for Tellabs' Latin America and Caribbean region. "By using Tellabs solutions to better manage its bandwidth, Metronet will improve the quality of services it offers to its customers and will obtain a competitive edge." Tellabs Inc.

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