Ericsson provides BayanTel with Ethernet DSL Access

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    Ericsson provides BayanTel with Ethernet DSL Access for faster broadband services

    Bayan Telecommunications, Inc. (Bayantel), a leading provider of data and communications services in the Philippines, has boosted its wireline business with the deployment of Ericsson’s Ethernet DSL Access solution to Metro Manila and major provincial cities.

    The deployment allows Bayantel to offer high-speed connections to its customers in these areas and offer an enhanced platform of broadband services to a wider market.

    “The unique scalability of Ericsson’s Ethernet DSL Access solution enables us to offer superior performance and high capacities to our customers in a cost efficient way, while investing in an infrastructure that is prepared for the needs of tomorrow,” said David M. Rogers, BayanTel senior consultant for network operations.

    “At the same time, the roll-out of the Ethernet DSL Access solutions expands our reach and extends our capability to deliver high bandwidth, high speed Internet access to key commercial and business centers in Makati and Ortigas.

    Currently the most scalable DSLAM on the market, the innovative design of the Ethernet DSL Access secures the possibility to offer triple play services – data, video and voice – to home and office environments in a cost-efficient and future-proof way.

    “Ericsson is honoured to be given this opportunity to support BayanTel’s goals in providing high-performance and advanced services to its customers in the fast-growing DSL market,” said Stefano O Celsini, President & Country Manager of Ericsson Philippines.

    “We are pleased that our solution has enabled BayanTel to upgrade their services quickly, easily and profitably. As a long-term partner, we are fully committed to supporting BayanTel as they expand their services further to meet growing customer demand,” he added.

    Ericsson’s EDA solution is the most widely deployed IP/Ethernet DSLAM with over 60 contracts globally, utilizing the latest ADSL2+ technology with Gigabit Ethernet uplinks, Ethernet aggregation switches and BRAS. It is also the most mature IP/Ethernet DSLAM in the market with over two years of commercial network deployment experience and fourth generations of IP DSLAM shipping to date.

    Ericsson is shaping the future of Mobile and Broadband Internet communications through its continuous technology leadership. Providing innovative solutions in more than 140 countries, Ericsson is helping to create the most powerful communication companies in the world.


    About Ericsson's Ethernet DSL Access Solution

    Ericsson's EDA solution is the most widely deployed IP/Ethernet DSLAM
    with over 60 contracts globally, utilizing the latest ADSL2+
    technology with Gigabit Ethernet uplinks, Ethernet aggregation
    switches and BRAS. It is also the most mature in the market with over
    two years of commercial experience.

    Ericsson's Ethernet DSL Access (EDA) solution is the cornerstone of
    Ericsson's Public Ethernet Broadband access offering. Featuring
    compact and modular IP DSLAM that scales from as little as 12 lines
    to 7,000 lines per single IP DSLAM node, making it suitable for both
    large and small sites. It is also temperature-hardened, making it
    ideal for outdoor deployments. EDA supports multi standards ADSL,
    ADSL2, ADSL2+, as well as multi-annexes A, M and L on the same
    subscriber line. This means one single hardware solution covers the
    entire broadband services and network resulting in lower CAPEX and
    OPEX costs for the operator.

    EDA solution enables broadband operators to deploy IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
    at less than half of the second mile transmission cost of equivalent
    ATM-based DSLAMs. By avoiding concentration in the DSLAM and
    connecting directly to an Ethernet aggregation network, the EDA
    solution opens up the possibility to support high bandwidth-demanding
    services without DSLAM bottlenecks, while at the same time reducing
    transport costs ten-fold. This dramatically alters the economics of
    rolling out DSL and enables operators to address broadband
    subscribers profitably.

    Read more about Ericsson's Ethernet DSL Access at:
    www.ericsson.com/publicethernet
     
                                 

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