China Telecom upgrades core network

11 Aug 2006

China Telecom, China's leading telecommunications provider, announced that it has upgraded the core capacity of its network, enabling the carrier to support an increasing number of network edge devices and applications.
In a statement, the carrier said it has expanded the capacity of its "ChinaNet Next Carrying Network (CN2)," a separate network from its older "ChinaNet" infrastructure.
CN2 will also address customer needs for next-generation IP-based services, China Telecom said.
China Telecom created CN2 in 2004, utilizing Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) to offer a wide variety of advanced IP services including VPN, high-quality IP voice and video streaming.

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