TM, ZTE complete service provisioning of next-generation transport network

KUALA LUMPUR (March 10): ZTE Corporation and Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) have completed the service provisioning of the latter’s IP CORE network of the next-generation network (NGN), it said in a statement on Thursday (March 10). 

The Chinese technology company said TM NGN is the first backbone transport network to deliver high-speed mobile services in Malaysia, including home broadband, voice, enterprise private line, network leasing, CDN and wireless (4G/5G) backhaul. 

“As the largest wireline operator in Malaysia, TM set high standards and requirements for the new-generation transport network, aiming to build an intelligent and reliable transport network to achieve the interconnection capabilities upgrade.  

“ZTE provides its 2T/slot multi-service router ZXR10 M6000-S to build NG CORE, HSE and AGG sites in the NGN. 

“It provides innovative satellite router solution composed of ZXR10 M6000-S and ZXCTN 6120 H-A for AGG sites, providing large quantity of GE interfaces to implement large-scale access of home broadband and enterprise private lines,” it said.

ZTE added that it employs the ZXCTN 6100H series supporting Tbit access to build CSR sites, offering flexible slicing for next-generation transport. 

ZTE also provides an advanced network design for the existing network interconnection and smooth service transition, it said. 

“Its intelligent management and control system can implement fast end-to-end service provisioning, flexible network tuning, simplified O&M and differentiated SLA guarantee, to help TM build an intelligent large-scale full-service transport network. 

“Moving forward, ZTE will continue teaming up with TM to jointly build intelligent and reliable new-generation transport networks in Malaysia,” it highlighted.

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