Juniper Networks selected by Elisa to support LTE and increased mobile broadband growth
Feb 19, 2013 (M2 EQUITYBITES via COMTEX) --
Juniper Networks (NYSE:JNPR), a provider of network solutions, announced today that Elisa (HEL:ELI1V), a mobile services provider in Finland, has deployed Juniper Networks MobileNext mobile packet core solution to support the future data growth in its network.
Financial details of the deployment were not available.
Elisa is reportedly expecting a significant growth in data traffic primarily driven by the increased use of LTE-enabled mobile devices. Elisa's deployment, underpinned by the Junos operating system, uses the Juniper Networks MobileNext solution, an open mobile packet core, to focus on service-specific performance and scalability with resilient security capabilities.
Juniper said that its mobile core technology reduces packet core elements significantly, thus lowering CAPEX and OPEX through simplified network architecture as well as reduced power and space consumption. Also, additional OPEX savings are realised through simplifying common tasks like software upgrades and other routine network operations, resulting in improved customer experience and providing stability and reliability.
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