O2 signs 120 month 4G network cope with BT
O2 has signed a 120 month network capacity cope with BT to aid the development of 4G mobile data services because of its countless customers.
BT will develop a new high capacity transmission network for O2 because the unveil of 4G services over the United kingdom is anticipated to put increased pressure on mobile systems.
BT may also provide O2 having a significant rise in backhaul capacity by delivering high-speed mobile backhaul links between its mobile base stations and also the new transmission network.
Additionally, the brand new transmission network can help O2 migrate from legacy TDM (time division multiplexing) to Ethernet based IP network services, helping O2 deliver “a number of new applications to customers”, stated the mobile operator, although reducing its overall transmission costs.
Adrian Di Meo, chief technology officer at O2 United kingdom, stated: “Using the UK’s 4G spectrum auction complete, United kingdom mobile data visitors are set to develop by greater than 400 percent by 2016.
“This can be a huge chance for all of us, in addition to a technical challenge. But through our partnership with BT Wholesale, customers of O2 is going to be supported by a higher-performance mobile internet network which we feel will release the potential for 4G services.”
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