Nokia announced a partnership with Netplus Broadband, an Internet Service Provider (ISP), to provide world-class and future-proof broadband services in India. For access management, Netplus will use the FP5-based 7750 Service Router (SR) and 7250 Interconnect Router (IXR) to deploy Nokia’s Multi-Access Gateway Broadband Network Gateway (BNG).
Vach Kompella, Vice President, IP Networks Division at Nokia, said that their Multi-Access Gateway BNG, hosted on their 7750 SR platform, and 7250 IXR offer a scalable and high-capacity infrastructure to enable ISPs such as Netplus to build a foundation for fast broadband access growth across India.
According to Netplus, the 7750 SR offers top notch broadband types of assistance, including exceptionally versatile supporter the board, granular data transmission the executives, and strategy control for every endorser, as well as deterministic execution and a 75 percent decrease in power utilization.
Additionally, the company will scale support for Carrier Grade Network Address Translation (CGNAT) using Nokia’s 7750 SR Extended Services Appliance (ESA), which will assist it in addressing the challenges posed by the expanding number of connected devices.
Arshdeep Singh Mundi, the Executive Director of Netplus, said that the expanded coverage will leverage Nokia’s state-of-the-art broadband access infrastructure and help Netplus cater to their customers’ increasing demand, helping drive the Digital India vision. Netplus also has activities spread across 400 or more urban areas and towns in a few states in Northern India, with the greatest in Punjab.