Cisco has introduced a collection of offers for its wired and wi-fi companies with two of Northern Europe’s main telcos, Telenor and Deutsche Telekom.
With Scandinavian operator Telenor, Cisco will deploy 5G xHaul transport networks in Norway and Denmark, whereas Deutsche Telekom is deploying a brand new community structure primarily based on the Cisco 8000 Collection, claimed to be the world’s strongest mass-scale routers.
The background to the Telenor deal started in April 2021 when NEC and Cisco entered a worldwide system integrator settlement (GSIA) to broaden their partnership for accelerating the deployment of 5G IP transport community techniques worldwide. This challenge is a described as a flagship initiative by which the 2 corporations take full benefit of the GSIA and collaborate to ship “state-of-the-art” networks to the client.
NEC and Telenor have a longstanding working relationship and the brand new challenge is an extension of a worldwide body settlement signed in 2016 for Telenor’s 4G IP/multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) community in Scandinavia to ship next-generation networks to the operator.
For this particular challenge, Cisco will provide its NCS 540 collection because the cell web site router and NEC will present value-added companies constructed on its experience each within