02 Nov 2017

ZTE & Telefonica Mexico Movistar enter exclusive partnership

ZTE has announced it became the exclusive supplier of beyond 100G Optical Transport Network (OTN) project of Telefonica Mexico Movistar (TMM) in Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey.

ZTE’s 400G E-OTN solution will build a high-quality network featuring low power consumption, high reliability, large bandwidth, low latency, and easy maintenance for TMM, to address the transport network construction requirements of TMM in five to ten years.

As the second largest mobile operator in Mexico, TMM provides communication services for over 25 million users in Mexico. In recent years, the rapidly increasing demand of mobile data puts huge pressure on TMM’s existing transport networks. In terms of this challenge, ZTE provides ZXONE 9700, an E-OTN device with ultra-large cross-connect capacity. It employs ODUK/Packet/VC unified cross-connect platform and new-generation high-speed coherent communication technology; and supports 100G/beyond 100G transmission and CD-G ROADM function.

More importantly, ZTE provides WASON protection solution that facilitates smooth upgrade to SDN for improving network reliability and security in the future.The solution covers all scenarios from the edge aggregation layer to the backbone core layer of the carrier network, fully meeting TMM’s requirements of transparent transmission, flexible scheduling, aggregation processing of mass data services, and service management and monitoring.

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