HP's OSS Deployed in Denmark

MidtVest Bredbaand (MVB) uses HP's OSS for its Cisco FTTH network in Denmark

May 22, 2007

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NICE, France -- HP today announced that it has teamed with Cisco and MidtVest Bredbaand (MVB), a Denmark-based broadband provider, to build a high-speed, fiber-to-the-home network for the delivery of advanced services such as video on demand and interactive TV to homes and businesses.

Using the new network, MVB’s Content Denmark subsidiary will deliver to more than 200,000 customers the so-called “triple play” of Internet protocol (IP)-based services: Internet, digital TV and voice. Content Denmark customers can, for example, use their TV sets to surf the web and do email, access telephone voice mails, enjoy interactive TV and download movies or other video on demand.

Stretching the definition of “triple play” into “multiple play,” MVB plans to add other services in the future, including high-definition TV programming, storage on demand, and remote back-up and restoration of data.

HP worked closely with Cisco, MVB, and Content Denmark, to build the network, implement HP operations support systems (OSS) management software, train the Content Denmark staff, and provide ongoing mission-critical support services for network operation.

“With the Cisco fiber-to-the-home network, MVB has laid the foundation for a truly exciting customer experience,” said Lars Peter Christiansen, operation manager, MidtVest Bredbaand, A/S. “The HP OSS tools help us improve that customer experience by automating many of the complexities of network and service management. At the same time, they help us reduce the internal costs associated with operating complex, converged services.”

HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ)

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