Swedish telecommunications giant TeliaSonera relying on Cisco

Today, Cisco announced that TeliaSonera, Sweden’s largest telecommunications provider, is deploying a point-to-point fiber network based on Cisco® IP Next-Generation Network (IP NGN).  The technology makes it possible to deliver symmetrical broadband services of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps) to homes and businesses. The Cisco point-to-point fiber-to-the-premises (FTTx) solution makes it possible to deliver new advanced services for consumers and businesses over a single, highly scalable next-generation platform. The new network can scale to deliver symmetrical bandwidths tof up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps), providing a pathway for future service innovation.

“The Cisco solution not only gives us the ability to meet future demands, but also provides us with the scope to bring differentiated services to market quickly, supported by a scalable, cost-efficient, high-quality network, ” said TeliaSonera CTO Ove Alm.

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