Elisa deploys Juniper Networks's MobileNext mobile packet core solution
Feb 28, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Juniper Networks has announced that Elisa has deployed Juniper Networks's MobileNext mobile packet core solution to support the future data growth in its network.
Elisa's deployment, underpinned by the Junos operating system, uses the Juniper Networks MobileNext solution to focus on service-specific performance and scalability with resilient security capabilities. The solution is built on a foundation of MX Series Universal Edge Routers, the agile platform that enables programmable scaling across bandwidth, subscribers and services while reducing infrastructure and operational complexity, said Juniper.
Juniper Networks 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. Additional OPEX savings are realized through simplifying common tasks like software upgrades and other routine network operations. This results in an improved customer experience, providing stability and reliability.
MobileNext technology has the scale, performance and necessary features to support Elisa's projected data growth as the solution can support up to eight million sessions or mobile users simultaneously - a set up rate of 48,000 sessions per second.
Juniper Networks Professional Services has played a key role in Elisa's new network deployment by completing the integration of Juniper Networks mobile packet core solution to both Elisa's network and billing infrastructure. The Professional Services team provides leading system testing activities and supports Elisa with learning solution operations.
"The MobileNext solution supports Elisa's goal to fortify its mobile business by enabling the roll-out of innovative services from a simplified, yet powerful, routing platform. In conjunction with providing a strong business partnership and technology expertise, Juniper can help Elisa take control of its business by removing traditional barriers that hold back innovation and revenue expansion," Mike Marcellin, senior vice president, strategy and marketing, platform and systems division, Juniper Networks.
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