Over 60 percent of Azerbaijani state operator's network infrastructure based on NGN
Azerbaijan, Baku, July 15 / Trend H. Valiyev /
PU "Baku Telephone Communications" of the Azerbaijani Communications and IT will completely withdraw from the operation 438 and 494 automatic telephone exchanges by late 2010, Baku telephone communications told Trend.
The operator intends to achieve 100 percent electronization of entire network infrastructure by reconstructing automatic telephone exchange.
Equipment NGN (Next Generation Network) has been already installed at these stations.
The operator's plans also include the reconstruction of 493 automatic telephone exchange, which operates on the basis of obsolete technology of DMS
Today, more than 60 percent of existing automatic telephone exchange is based on next generation networks.
Transition to the NGN network is one of the priorities with which the operator intends to stimulate the growth segment of new services in the long term prospect. The new system will allow the operator to provide IP-telephony services, broadband Internet and IP-TV along with traditional communication services.
Baku Telephone Communications uses solutions, routers, and equipment of Huawei, ZTE and Cisco companies to provide reliable communications and broadband Internet network. It is allows to organize DATA-network between automatic telephone exchange with data transfer rates of from 1 to 10 Gbps.
Alternative network SDH-Ethernet is involved in the different segments of the network. It allows to organize communication channels E1 through the existing network SDH over IP-based networks.