Nokia wins IP solutions contract from Telecentro Argentina

Nokia has won a contract from Telecentro Argentina for deploying Nokia’s IP solutions to support future growth in capacity and subscriber base along with network protection capabilities against DDoS threats and attacks.
Kazakhstan mobile networkNokia’s IP solutions include Nokia’s 7750 Service Router (SR) platform, which is powered by its FP5 routing silicon, and its 7250 interconnect routers (IXR) for broadband aggregation.

The FP5, a key part of Telecentro’s selection of Nokia, is an enabler for building higher-capacity IP networks that are more energy efficient. The FP5’s 800GE capability will also accelerate Telecentro’s ability to meet future traffic growth at lower cost.

Telecentro will also deploy Deepfield Defender, Nokia’s DDoS security solution. Using big data analytics along with Deepfield Secure Genome, its security intelligence feed, Deepfield Defender provides a holistic perspective on DDoS attacks across the entire network.

Telecentro will also deploy the Deepfield Cloud Intelligence solution, which will give Telecentro cost-effective, real-time and actionable insight into all its network flows by optimizing Telecentro’s network infrastructure and resources.

Juan Luna, CTIO, Telecentro Argentina, said: “We selected Nokia because of the performance and capabilities of the 7750 SR family with the new FP5 network processor. This will enable Telecentro to continue its innovation vision and provide the network capacity needed to meet growing access and interconnection demands.”

“This network transformation will allow Telecentro to meet the increasing demand for ultrabroadband services throughout Argentina,” Fernando Sosa, Market Unit Head for Southern Cone at Nokia, said in a news statement.

The network deployment also includes use of Nokia’s 1830 PSS-8 (Photonic Service Switch). The PSS-8 is part of Nokia’s family of DWDM multiservice, multilayer packet optical transport network (P-OTN) platforms that provide efficient optical transport at any scale, from compact access to the converged OTN/DWDM core.