New Delhi, Feb 21 (UNI) Leading telecommunications network solutions provider Huawei Technologies Co Ltd (HTCL) today said it has deployed its All-IP CDMA solution in the commercial network of Tata Indicom, which is expected to help the operator in reducing operating expenditure.
''India is an important strategic market in the global telecom industry. Tata selected Huawei's All-IP based CDMA core network solution and radio access equipment to replace its existing network in the city, Kolkata and other main cities, thus enabling its transformation towards 3G technology,'' a company statement said.
HTCL successfully completed this project in six months and the new end-to-end All-IP network architecture will allow Tata to simplify network operations, improve resource utilisation, and significantly reduce operating expenditure, it added.
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 the city.
''Tata is a very important customer for Huawei India. With our strong reputation and expertise in the converged mobile and IP domain. Huawei is well positioned to improve our customers' network value with our All IP CDMA solution for their increasingly rapid telecom network development,'' HTCL India CEO Max Yang said.
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