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TDC selects Juniper for new IP network

15 May 2009

Juniper Networks has announced it has been selected by Danish telecoms company TDC to build a new network to carry all of the operator’s residential broadband and business multimedia traffic, as well as all data and voice traffic generated by TDC’s cable and mobile subsidiaries. The company will migrate to a Juniper IP/MPLS core to improve network performance, scalability and efficiency, enabling the company to better respond to growth in traffic and the performance demands created by high bandwidth multimedia applications, including video and mobile applications. Jess Ibsen, executive vice president and CTO of TDC’s Fixed Nordic operations, said: ’Efficiency, performance and scale have become the cornerstones of our business, as customer demand for high quality multimedia services and applications has accelerated, and we found our existing infrastructure to lack the flexibility and capacity we required.’ The company will utilise Juniper’s T1600 Core Router, which delivers up to 1.6Tbps of capacity.

Denmark, Juniper Networks

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