Moratel selects BTI Systems for Tier 1 carrier network deployment

Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe

July 9, 2013

1 Min Read

OTTAWA -- BTI Systems, the software and networking leader empowering content and service providers to capitalize on trends in cloud services, mobility and Internet video, today announced that PT Mora Telematika Indonesia (Moratel) has deployed BTI's Metro Networking and Ethernet Business Services Solutions to create a multiservice network for Indonesia's top mobile operator. The deployment, stretching from Pekanbaru to Singapore, will serve as a network model for comparable future applications in six other Indonesian cities. BTI worked with local partner PT Interprima Indocomm on the deployment.

Established in 2000, Moratel is a wholesale telecom infrastructure provider. Headquartered in Indonesia, Moratel serves Tier-1 carriers including the country's leading mobile operator, which sought to develop a multiservice network that could handle Ethernet, SDH/SONET and DWDM -- all on the same platform. Moratel selected BTI for the project because its innovative, scalable solutions support multiprotocol packet and optical services, and are extremely easy to learn and fast to deploy.

The core component of BTI's Metro Networking Solution is the BTI 7000 Series, a compact, modular and easy-to-use intelligent networking infrastructure system. Providing large scalability, a flexible infrastructure and greater reach, it converges packet and optical layers for simplified management, easier service provisioning and faster time-to-service. And featuring a pay-as-you-grow model, the BTI 7000 Series enables users to easily develop and capitalize on new business opportunities.

BTI Systems Inc.

About the Author(s)

Paul Rainford

Assistant Editor, Europe, Light Reading

Paul is based on the Isle of Wight, a rocky outcrop off the English coast that is home only to a colony of technology journalists and several thousand puffins.

He has worked as a writer and copy editor since the age of William Caxton, covering the design industry, D-list celebs, tourism and much, much more.

During the noughties Paul took time out from his page proofs and marker pens to run a small hotel with his other half in the wilds of Exmoor. There he developed a range of skills including carrying cooked breakfasts, lying to unwanted guests and stopping leaks with old towels.

Now back, slightly befuddled, in the world of online journalism, Paul is thoroughly engaged with the modern world, regularly firing up his VHS video recorder and accidentally sending text messages to strangers using a chipped Nokia feature phone.

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