Orange Deploys First IP Backbone
Jan 4, 2002, 3:37 AM by (staff)
UK mobile operator Orange UK has completed the transition and expansion of its GSM network to an IP-transport signaling solution. The new network replaces an older time division multiplex (TDM)-based signaling network, and represents the first large-scale deployment of an international IP signaling network. This type of IP network is a key component of upcoming 3G networks and services.
from Orange UK
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