JUNIPER/ERICSSON DELIVER IP SERVICES FOR CHINA MOBILE.
Juniper Networks Juniper Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: JNPR) is an information technology company based in Sunnyvale, California and founded in 1996. The company designs and sells Internet Protocol network products and services. , Inc. (Nasdaq:JNPR JNPR Juniper Networks, Inc. (stock symbol) ), Sunnyvale, Calif., a provider of profitable infrastructures for the New Public Network, has announced, with the addition of four provincial Chinese mobile operators, all subsidiaries of China Mobile Communications Corp. (China Mobile), its M-series Internet routers (1) A router in the Internet that forwards IP packets between local, regional and national providers. Same as "IP router."
(2) (InterNet Router) Macintosh software from Apple that internetworks different access methods (LocalTalk, EtherTalk, TokenTalk, etc. deliver core, mobile and edge IP services on the Chinese Mobile-IP Network. Juniper Networks is working in partnership with Ericsson to make up 80 percent of the entire China Mobile IP Network.
China Mobile is the largest operator of global system for mobile communications (communications) Global System for Mobile Communications - (GSM, originally "Groupe de travail Sp?ciale pour les services Mobiles") One of the major standards for digital cellular communications, in use in over 60 countries and serving over one billion subscribers. (GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) A digital cellular phone technology based on TDMA that is the predominant system in Europe, but also used worldwide. Developed in the 1980s, GSM was first deployed in seven European countries in 1992. ) in the world and offers a mobile network covering all metropolitan areas and more than 98 percent of county towns in China. The operator currently adds 5 million subscribers per month to its network. Juniper Networks M-series routers are helping China Mobile scale to deliver voice and data services over the largest mobile-IP network in the world.
Eighteen China Networks leverage Juniper Networks advanced IP technology
Provincial Chinese mobile operators Chongqing Mobile Communications Co., Hunan Mobile, Yunnan Mobile and Xinjiang Mobile are the latest to be added to the IP network build-out, which includes Shandong Mobile, Shanxi Mobile and Inner Mongolia Inner Mongolia
Chinese Nei Mongol or Nei-meng-ku
Autonomous region (pop., 2002 est.: 23,790,000), China. Stretching some 1,800 mi (2,900 km) across north-northeastern China, it has an area of 454,600 sq mi (1,177,500 sq km); its capital is Hohhot. Mobile.
The new network infrastructure includes additional Juniper Networks M160, M40 and M20 Internet routers and provides the foundation for China Mobile's subsidiaries to offer subscriber access to Mobile Internet Refers to gaining access to the Internet using a lightweight, handheld device. See Mobile IP, PDA, smartphone and mobile TV. applications and 3G networking. The networks are initially delivering general packet radio service (GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) The first high-speed digital data service provided by cellular carriers that used the GSM technology. GPRS added a packet-switched channel to GSM, which uses dedicated, circuit-switched channels for voice conversations. ) mobile services as well as a variety of data, voice and multimedia applications.
The additional M-series Internet routers in China Mobile's network strengthen Juniper Networks relationship with China Mobile, building upon the September 2000 Ericsson/Juniper Networks announcement to deploy the operator's national mobile Internet IP network. Since that time, Juniper Networks cooperation with leading provincial mobile operators in China has also increased with 14 new IP backbone contracts including Zhejiang Mobile, Guangdong Mobile, Anhui Mobile, Hebei Mobile, Jiangsu Mobile, Shanxi Mobile, Heilongjiang Mobile, He'nan Mobile, Fujian Mobile, Hubei Mobile, Shandong Mobile, Shanxi Mobile and Inner Mongolia Mobile.
In all of the contracts with China Mobile, Juniper Networks worldwide distribution partner Ericsson is responsible for the supply and integration of the IP-infrastructure solutions. Ericsson also supplies customer services, such as installation, support and training.
About Juniper Networks, Inc.
Juniper Networks leads the industry in turning network innovation into the profitable delivery of edge, core, mobile and cable Internet Internet access via the cable companies. There are two kinds of service. One uses a cable modem to connect to a computer, and the other uses an enhanced cable box that provides Internet access directly at the TV. services at scale for the New Public Network.
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