Maroc Uses Huawei's Packet Core

Huawei's Intelligent Packet Network chosen to upgrade Maroc Telecom mobile broadband

November 11, 2009

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SHENZHEN, China -- Huawei, a leader in providing next-generation telecommunication solutions to operators around the world, today announced that it has been selected by Maroc Telecom to replace their existing mobile packet core with Huawei' s leading Intelligent Packet Network (IPN) 2.0. This replacement will allow Maroc to increase the capacity for 3G mobile users and significantly expand the ability to manage the increased traffic, as well as offer new types of mobile broadband services.

Maroc Telecom is the largest operator in Morocco and operates both fixed and mobile networks. In 2008, Moroc began to offer high-speed 3G mobile data service. The success of this service uncovered limitations in the existing core data network, which restricted the overall capacity of the network and also limited Moroc' s ability to offer new services to their users. Huawei' s IPN 2.0 solution offers the industry' s largest capacity PS equipment and provides an innovative Service Usage Reporter (SUR) for visual monitoring of customer trends and a powerful Policy and Charging Rules Founction (PCRF) for bandwidth management and to support innovative new services.

"We are very pleased to be chosen for this project and are confident that Maroc Telecom will continue to maintain their market leadership in mobile broadband by deploying IPN 2.0." Mr. Huang Jin, Vice President of Core Network, Huawei, said, "Leading operators, such as Moroc, T-Mobile and Telefonica are finding that the capabilities of IPN 2.0 increase their competitive edge and bring advantages which flow quickly to the bottom line."

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

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