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MTC chooses Nortel for 3G services in Kuwait

Mobile Telecommunications Company, is set to deliver high-speed mobile services such as mobile video, multimedia messaging and web browsing in Kuwait via Nortel optical solutions...

Mobile Telecommunications Company (MTC), is set to deliver high-speed mobile services such as mobile video, multimedia messaging and web browsing in Kuwait via Nortel optical solutions.

The MTC Kuwait transport network is delivered by products from Nortel's Metro Ethernet Networking solutions portfolio, and comprises Nortel's Optical Metro 4150 platform at hub sites for aggregation and its Optical Multiservice Edge 6500 in the core for further aggregation and 10G DWDM transport.

MTC's basic goal is a future-proof network for enabling seamless migration to Ethernet transport, in step with the mobile network and services evolution to 3GPP and LTE, as well as preparing the network for the expected growth in bandwidth required to support advanced mobility services.

* A mobile and data services operator in six Middle Eastern and 14 sub-Saharan African countries and employing 12,000, MTC provides its services to almost 25 million individual and business customers (as of September 30, 2006). It operates in Kuwait and Bahrain as MTC-Vodafone, in Jordan as Fastlink, in Iraq as MTC Atheer, in Lebanon as MTC Touch, in Sudan as Mobitel and in the 14 sub-Saharan African countries (Burkina Faso, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Malawi, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia) as Celtel.

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