Delta Telecom modernizes its network with Nokia

Network communications and technology solutions provider in Azerbaijan and the Caucasus region, Delta Telecom, has deployed Nokia’s IP and optical DWDM network enhancement with 400G-ready architecture to reduce power consumption.

Delta Telecom will launch a 400 GE-based IP/MPLS backbone in the Baku metropolitan region and also upgrade its nationwide IP/MPLS network with 100 GE capacity to cope with the rapidly increasing traffic in the Caucasus region.

According to Delta Telecom, this will be the first 400GE IP technology deployed in the region.

Delta Telecom says the partnership will provide customers with an improved service level agreement, complete end-to-end service resiliency, five times the bandwidth capacity and faster service reconvergence.

The new 10/100G traffic will increase existing capacity and meet new public transport and local traffic demands.

Delta Telecom selected nokia The 7750 Service Router platforms, powered by Nokia’s FP4 chipset, and the 1830 PSS (Photonics Service Switch) optical platform with Nokia’s Photonics Service Engine technology to expand capacity across the network of Delta Telecom’s primary routing and transport for future services.

Delta Telecom will automate its network with Nokia’s Network Services Platform (NSP) to help minimize response time and ensure the provision of additional traffic capacity, coverage and quality of service a once the project is complete.

“We continue to see phenomenal growth in network traffic and the need to provide more throughput and greater capacity to our customers is critical,” said Delta Telecom CEO. Ramazan Valiev.

“Nokia continues to innovate with its IP and optical solutions to ensure our networks have the scale, flexibility and functionality to help us handle the growing demand from our residential, mobile and business customers.”

“With ultra-fast broadband, IoT and Industry 4.0 becoming a reality, networks are expected to support hundreds of new applications and services for millions of users. Taking the lead in 400G technologies in IP networks and optical technology is key to Nokia’s focus on technological innovation,” said Senior Vice President of Nokia’s Network Infrastructure business in Europe. Raphael De Fermin.

This first appeared in the CommsWire subscription newsletter on October 26, 2022.


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