Thailand’s fixed and mobile operator True Group has deployed Nokia’s IP/MPLS routing technology to upgrade its broadband infrastructure in Bangkok in order to cope with surging demand for ultra-broadband fixed and mobile services, such as high-definition video and business services.
True is using Nokia’s IP routing technology to modernize its broadband infrastructure to improve the quality of experience and better support the growing high-bandwidth content demands of consumers and businesses.
The network upgrade was completed in May 2016 (over four months ago).
Nokia says the new IP/MPLS network is “helping True meet the growing demands of fixed and mobile subscribers with a high-quality customer experience.”
True can also leverage Nokia’s infrastructure in the future to evolve to more dynamic agile services powered by Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Nokia says.
“By leveraging Nokia’s expertise and leading routing technology, we are able to provide seamless 4G LTE and 3G coverage along with quality, high-speed broadband data, voice and TV services to our mobile and fixed customers,” said Vichaow Rakphongphairoj, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Operational Development at True Corp. “We can also deliver advanced high-speed residential, business and mobile services even more quickly and efficiently.”