TIM Brazil has selected Nokia AirFrame servers featuring new, second generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors to virtualize its data centers by the end of 2021.
TIM is the first mobile operator in Latin America to adopt the AirFrame technology for its datacenter servers to improve server capacity and deliver better service quality, internet access and video consumption for its users across Brazil.
The deployment consists of 1000 AirFrame servers, virtualizing network functions to guarantee better customer experience.
TIM CTIO Leonardo Capdeville said: “Virtualization is important to improve user experience in our network, which will count with more speed and data usage stability. With this core virtualization, TIM is leading with a 5G pilot project over the network. This process also allows us to strengthen our customers’ data protection.”
“Nokia AirFrame servers featuring 2ndgeneration Intel Xeon Scalable processors give TIM Brazil the opportunity to deliver advanced digital services and compelling experiences to their customers throughout Brazil,” Lisa Spelman, general manager Intel Xeon Processors and Data Center Marketing, said.