HKBN taps Cisco system for next-gen internet network

Staff writer
10 Feb 2011
Industry news

Hong Kong Broadband Network chose the Cisco CRS-3 carrier routing system as the foundation for its core Internet Protocol next-generation network.

The Cisco CRS-3 can scale up to 322 terabits per second of capacity, enabling HKBN to address exponential internet traffic growth.

HKBN’s existing network infrastructure will be consolidated, reducing the number of core routers and simplifying network management.

The deployment of Cisco CRS-3 lays the foundation for other value-added and auxiliary services of HKBN, such as high-quality picture and smooth streaming of its IPTV service “bbTV.”

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