Broadband Briefs for 6/26/07
* Juniper’s apps chosen by China Telecom subsidiary
Juniper Networks Inc. said that China Telecom Shanghai has deployed additional TX Matrix and T640 core routing platforms to optimize its IP network, which supports IPTV and other multiplay apps.
The service provider, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Telecom, first deployed the multi-chassis TX Matrix with Juniper’s M-series multiservice routers and E-series edge routers in February 2006.
* Telus relies on Brix to monitor VoIP quality
Telus is using products from Brix Systems to conduct both active (on-demand) and passive (live) VoIP call monitoring in order to analyze the signaling and media across its backbone network. The Brix System is integrated into Telus’ operational support system (OSS) to provide a transitional roadmap from legacy back office support to IP-based service assurance solutions based on open standards, Telus said.