Orange Armenia deploys advanced fiber-optic backbone network to meet growing demand for mobile broadband
Orange Armenia completed the upgrading works on its fiber-optic data transport backbone network to offer improved high-quality mobile broadband services, company’s press service reported.
Orange Armenia’s upgraded network – which is built around Alcatel-Lucent’s optical coherent technology – dramatically increases the speed and capacity of the “backbone” network supporting the delivery of high-bandwidth services such as high-definition video and mobile gaming on its 3G network. The deployment also strengthens the data link between Armenia and Georgia, an important regional gateway to the global Internet.
Francis Gelibter, Orange Armenia CEO, said: “This new upgrade on our network will allow us to offer even better quality and comfort to our clients. In Armenia, the demand for Orange mobile internet keeps growing, with increasing number of customers and volumes of traffic. We are now fully ready to welcome new clients on our network and especially offer them to benefit from our recent offer, where we offer a huge volume of high speed traffic.”
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