ACTON, Mass., Nov. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Affirmed Networks, the leader in virtualized mobile networks, today announced that it has been selected and deployed by T-2, a leading Telecommunications Operator in Central Europe, for delivering next-generation services over LTE to its subscriber base. The recent completion of this deployment makes it the first live virtualized mobile network in the region. As a leading Operator in the region, T-2 is known for providing innovative "quad-play" services to its customers. In deploying Affirmed Networks' Mobile Content Cloud solution, T-2 now has a 5G-ready mobile core that will enable them to offer compelling new services to their mobile subscribers over LTE. "After evaluating several options available, we decided that moving to a virtualized mobile network would allow us to provide our customers with the best possible experience across our fixed and mobile networks," said Miroslav Stravs, T-2's head of technical development. "We selected Affirmed Networks based on their leadership and track record of success helping operators deploy virtualized mobile network architectures globally. Affirmed Networks has been a strong partner during each step of the process, and has surpassed our expectations by getting our network deployed and operational in less than three months. This allowed us to quickly modernize our mobile network, ensuring we are able to deliver LTE services to our customers today, and support next-generation 5G architectures in the future." "We are thrilled to partner with T-2 and deliver the transformational benefits of our virtualized architecture -to their customers and to their overall bottom-line said Mohammed Shanableh, Affirmed Networks' vice president of global operations. "By enabling the efficient creation and delivery of new services and revenue streams, virtualized networks offer tremendous opportunities for growth for operators worldwide." Today, Affirmed Networks has more than 40 customers across five continents including some of the world's largest operators.