HIGH WYCOMBE, United Kingdom, Dec. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As in the rest of Europe, the use of mobile data services is growing exponentially in Moldova. People in Moldova want to keep in contact with their families and friends with a variety of communications – not just making phone calls. This user need causes complications for local operators' mobile networks.
Orange Moldova, the largest mobile operator with a market share of about 65%, serves more than 2 million customers in Moldova. Orange Moldova will address its mobile data challenge by expanding its current Tellabs® 8600 Managed Edge System deployment in mobile backhaul. The service provider will add the Tellabs® 8609 Access Switch as a cell site gateway and small aggregation router for 2G and 3G voice and data traffic.
Remarkable capacity and interface port density at low costTo prepare for increased capacity requirements, the new Tellabs 8609 switch offers substantially enhanced switching and routing capacity at market-leading cost points.
The compact Tellabs 8609 switch, only 1RU in size, is optimal for service providers' cell and aggregation sites. It is built upon the Tellabs 8600 system's heritage as a market-leading multiservice backhaul solution. The Tellabs 8609 provides increased Ethernet switching capabilities, offers a rich set of interface modules and boasts high port-density for 3G and beyond."The new Tellabs 8609 switch is a cost-efficient and high-density Ethernet solution, which complements nicely Orange Moldova's current mobile backhaul platform," said Mr. Veaceslav Roman, Chief Technical Officer of Orange Moldova. "The Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager coupled with the Tellabs 8600 system provides a highly competitive, end-to-end solution for our mobile backhaul needs." "The Tellabs 8600 system helps Orange Moldova stay ahead of its bandwidth challenge and prepare the mobile network ready for 3G and beyond," said Tarcisio Ribeiro, Vice President, Europe, Middle East & Africa at Tellabs. "In addition, the remarkable density of the Tellabs 8609 switch and the overall energy-efficiency of the Tellabs 8600 network elements help drive down Orange Moldova's operating costs." All under same network management umbrellaOrange Moldova deploys the Tellabs 8609 switches under the same network management umbrella, the Tellabs® 8000 Intelligent Network Manager (INM), to manage the entire mobile backhaul solution end-to-end. The Tellabs 8000 INM improves operational efficiency with automated processes and tools in service creation and upgrades. Its graphical user interface (GUI) is very easy to use. In addition, with flexible testing tools Orange Moldova is able to pre-test the network and services. The customized reporting functionality enables the service provider to identify possible trouble spots and issues in the network before they cause problems.
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