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Major telecom provider in Korea shifts to Intel server technology

Posted: 10 Dec 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:intel? telecommunications? kt? processor?

Intel Corp. announced that major Korean telecommunications service provider KT will migrate its core network and business management systems from a RISC-based infrastructure to Intel Itanium 2 processor- and Intel Xeon processor MP-based servers from HP. The migration puts Intel Architecture (IA)-based servers at the core of KT's Next Generation Operations Support System (NeOSS), the company's service deployment and customer support infrastructure.

KT's IA-based next-generation operations support system will be powered by Itanium 2 processor-based HP Integrity Superdome servers for database management and Intel Xeon processor MP-based HP ProLiant servers for the company's wireless Internet and multimedia streaming services.

KT plans to deploy NeOSS in the Chungchung Province by year's end, and will extend to cover all of South Korea in the second half of 2005.

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