Nokia will deploy its routing solutions in 350 sites to provide the foundation for future-ready integrated communication and entertainment services for consumers and businesses. #pressrelease

January 11, 2023

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ESPOO, Finland – Nokia today announced it has been selected to upgrade VodafoneZiggo's nationwide IP network, expanding the two companies' long-term relationship. With the deployment, VodafoneZiggo is building a network to enable a new generation of fixed and mobile services, including 5G, and to provide sufficient scale and quality of service (QoS) for the anticipated growth in network traffic and advanced services over the next decade.

This part of the network, which spans across 350 locations, reliably and deterministically transports terabytes of communication and entertainment services delivered to VodafoneZiggo's consumer and business customers.

VodafoneZiggo will deploy redundant Nokia 7750 SR-1 routers, powered by its innovative FP routing silicon to deliver fixed and mobile services. The advanced QoS capabilities of FP silicon enable network convergence with performance certainty for all service traffic. FP5 will provide more than three times capacity increase, with 800GE routing interfaces, and a 75 percent power savings over previous generations. The backwards compatibility and programmability of FP silicon further extends the life of the SR systems to support future evolution of network standards and services, helping VodafoneZiggo build a sustainable network that can evolve to changing customer needs for years to come.

Read the full press release here.


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