BT, Alcatel-Lucent sign five-year 21CN deal

By : |May 4, 2010 0

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Alcatel-Lucent signed a five-year deal with BT for 21st Century Network (21CN), the foundation of BT’s IP transformation.

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This will levearage Alcatel-Lucent’s high levearage network (HLN) architecture and transformational services. The technology will increase performance, capacity and bandwidth to a broader customer base.

“21CN is a huge transformational programme.” said George Nazi, managing director, BT 21CN Core Convergence. “Alcatel-Lucent came up with an innovative solution that will help us keep 21CN at the forefront of innovation and radical change.”

In support of its HLN vision, Alcatel-Lucent will provide an end-to-end transport solution which integrates IP and optical transport resources along with professional services such as project management, design, installation and commissioning, repair and return and software updates which will help BT manage the rapid growth in network traffic, while substantially cutting operational and maintenance costs.

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