Carrier deploys Huawei's award-winning Multi-Service Control Gateway ME60
[Berlin, Germany August 28, 2007] Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
(Huawei), a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, today announced that it has accomplished the installation of its multi-service control gateways (MSCG) ME60, in the All IP network of German leading telecommunications provider QSC AG.
The ME60 is a next-generation multi-service edge solution designed to meet the challenges in the transformation toward a customer-centric All IP architecture network for multi-play applications. The ME60 offers a perfect QoS mechanism to help QSC deploy services more quickly at highly reliable levels and achieve intensive service operations. It also provides QSC with a unified operation platform for services and applications, reducing the capital and operational expenditure of its broadband network. After a strict test and selection process, QSC chose Huawei as a partner to build up its All IP network.
QSC is one of the leading fixed network carriers in Germany. Its broadband network is accessible nationwide in Germany and offers voice and data services to business- and private customers. QSC also provides other carriers and internet service providers with wholesale services.
In 2006 QSC has founded Plusnet GmbH & Co. KG. This "network manufactory", now a joint venture between QSC and TELE2, plans, builds and operates QSC's next generation network.
"Huawei owns advanced technologies and rich experiences in telecoms market in data communication field, our cooperation with Huawei on MSCG is a good start. We will join hands with Huawei to provide higher-quality service experience for our users." said Mr. Eivind Dugstad, Managing Director Plusnet GmbH & Co KG.
"We are pleased to see Huawei MSCG devices recognized by leading European carriers such as QSC," commented Chen Junhua, president of Huawei's data communications product line. "Huawei's data communications product line has always been devoted to serving the needs of carrier markets by offering its vast technology resources and extensive network construction experience to customers. Huawei will continue to focus on customers' demands and help QSC build up operable, maintainable and manageable broadband networks."
Huawei ME60 was awarded the 2006 InfoVision Award by the International Engineering Consortium for its innovative contribution to the industry.
The ME60 has been successfully rolled out across the networks of over 70 carriers in more than 30 countries, such as China Telecom, Vodafone New Zealand, and provides over 60 million users worldwide with communications services.