Google Analytics

Search This Blog

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Juniper Networks and Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) Enhance Partnership to Address Worldwide Carrier Ethernet Market

Juniper Networks and Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) announced an enhancement to their partnership with plans to deliver a fully interoperable Carrier Ethernet solution intended to provide resilient access and aggregation for service providers worldwide. The enhanced partnership is intended to bring the vision of a unified Carrier Ethernet solution supporting all services on a single network. The complementary products and technologies are intended to provide service provider customers with the industry's best Carrier Ethernet solution for mobile backhaul, enterprise and residential services.

At the Mobile World Congress 16-19 February 2009, NSN demonstrated a live application over HSDPA, with the base station being backhauled over the complete chain of Carrier Ethernet Transport enabled platforms (e2e) including the following components: Flexi WCDMA BTS (the base station), FlexiPacket Radio, FlexiPacket Hub, and the Juniper Networks MX-series Ethernet Services Router. Also demonstrated was packet-based synchronization based on the IEEE1588-2008 standard.

Juniper and Nokia Siemens Networks have a long standing partnership that now encompasses IP aggregation, edge and core products and have deployed solutions in more than 200 service provider networks around the world. The enhanced partnership further strengthens both parties' positions in the Carrier Ethernet segment, one of the fastest growing network applications for wireline and mobile service providers.

Check out here for details.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Check out what happened when DHL lost £81k of Nokia Siemens Networks kit! IS this for real?

http://www.goodreason.co.uk/product/nokia-siemens-networks-bsc3i-110-trx-upgrade-components/