Orange Polska and Nokia work on IP migration

7 Sep 2016

Nokia and Orange Polska have successfully completed a pilot project to prepare for the mass migration of Orange’s legacy PSTN services to an all-IP network ready to support current and future broadband needs. The two companies conducted a pilot to migrate 4,000 subscribers in a suburban area of Warsaw, leveraging Nokia PSTN Smart Transform professional services capabilities along with a Network Migration Operating Centre in Poland. The firms said that all legacy PSTN services were successfully migrated to a modern unified IP network, with no impact on customer experience, enabling Orange to achieve significant operational benefits including energy savings and real estate optimisation.

Rafal Dziedzic, Director of Technology and Operations Strategy at Orange Polska, said: ‘Implementation of the all-IP programme supports Orange Polska’s ambition to retain leadership in the digital economy and ultra-broadband innovations in Poland, and will streamline our network and services operations to deliver simplification and optimised costs to better serve our customers.’

Poland, Nokia Networks (formerly NSN), Orange Poland