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Huawei deploys All-IP CDMA network in India

Posted: 26 Feb 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CDMA? India 3G? All-IP network?

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd announced that its All-IP CDMA solution has been successfully deployed in the commercial network of Tata Indicom in India.

A CDMA operator in India, TATA is building a robust, pan-India telecom network to provide high-quality and reliable services, and realize its vision of achieving 100 million subscribers by 2011 in India.

TATA selected Huawei's All-IP based CDMA core network solution and radio access equipment to replace its existing network in Delhi, Kolkata and other main cities, enabling its transformation towards 3G technology. The new end-to-end All-IP network architecture allows TATA to simplify network operations, improve resource utilization, and significantly reduce operating expenditure.

The quality of the network was tested during the 2008 New Year festival when the call traffic was about 2.5 times the normal in Delhi. Huawei's IP mobile soft switch ensured that TATA met the peak traffic challenge successfully. The high-throughput of the All-IP PARC platform allowed the network to cope easily with heavy load and delivered a high quality performance.

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