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Vodafone Netherlands implements Cisco platforms for universal VoIP operations


Vodafone Netherlands implements Cisco platforms for universal VoIP operations
Dutch company Vodafone, being the second biggest telecom services provider in the country, has launched its BNG (Broadband Network Gateway) Service Manager, as the integral part of Cisco Quantum.
The utility is expected to make Vodafone Netherlands to improve overall level of scalability and utmost rapidness of services for its subscribers and subordinates. The dedicated software Cisco Quantum is quite broadly deployed already in cellular, Wi-Fi and wired networks, ensuring service providers to have utmost power to manage, monetize and configure individually the type of package they select, merely on any kind of network or connectivity. Because of Cisco Quantum, subsidiary of the Cisco Service Provider Mobility Group, Dutch Vodafone becomes capable to provide a high quality superb corporate customer experience by means of the next-generation methodology of control and management. "We have taken BNG Service Manager, on the basis of Cisco Quantum, in order to improve overall level of control, monetizing and individual approach to our enterprise broadband portfolios,” stated Jack Smits, GM at Vodafone Netherlands, in a press release. “With better transparency of our corporate customer broadband deployments we can implement resources access control, confirm accessible bandwidth and effectively manage broadband appearance. Currently we get the capability to rapidly and efficiently roll out brand new mobile Internet services and products,” explained Smits, adding, that Cisco brings up the best possible product with a highly concerted professional services deliveries. "Having our massively deployed policy management solutions for cellular, Wi-Fi and wired networks, we are now capable to provide software-built brand new items that facilitate new business opportunities for Vodafone Netherlands,” stated Shailesh Shukla, VP at Cisco. “We are delighted to have addressed Vodafone Netherlands' demands in matter of two-months’ time period, backing up higher performance, better visibility and recovery in dynamic management, as well as versatile level of automation in matter of service delivery." Cisco also distributed the press release about the availability of software and platforms featuring Cisco Quantum and new certified radio solutions. All those parts, along with improvements for the basic mobile networks, showing up an open, configurable, application-agnostic framework makes service providers to get advantages from data in movement


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