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TTK chooses Juniper's MX Series 3D Universal Edge routers

Monday 31 October 2011 | 09:14 CET | News
TTK (TransTeleCom), a major communication provider in Russia that operates one of the country's largest fibre networks, has contracted Juniper Networks to purchase its MX Series 3D Universal Edge routers. TTK uses the routers to provide the Ethernet bandwidth required to ensure high-speed connectivity while delivering innovative applications and services such as IP-VPN, L2-VPN, video conference across Russia and IP-transit to its subscribers across 75,000 kilometres of cables running along railway lines and 1,000 access nodes. Powered by the Junos operating system, the MX Series provides a

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Juniper Networks / TTK
Countries: Russian Federation
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