KPN Wholesale connects networks to IP interconnection

Monday 17 December 2012 | 07:04 CET | News
KPN Wholesale said that a few Dutch market players decided to create a connection using KPN's IP Interconnection before the end of the year. Another four networks will follow at the beginning of next year. The company networks will be connected to each other via servers and no longer via analogue equipment. The transition to IP offers several advantages, such as scalability and latency. New services can also be added, such as HD Voice. The networks to be connected include CaiWay (CAIW), Dean Connect (DEAN), Edutel (FTYS), iBasis (international destinations), KPN Mobiel (GSM1), KPN (MMN1), KPN

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: CAIW / Caiway / Dean One / Edutel / KPN / RoutIT / Vodafone
Countries: Netherlands
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