Broadcom and Cisco support AT&T for IP edge routing platform

328 0

AT&T, the third largest mobile operator in the United States in terms of subscribers, has deployed a next-gen open dis-aggregated IP edge routing platform with support from Broadcom, Cisco, and UfiSpace.

According to the company, it said; The hardware platform being used for this edge application is identical to that previously announced for AT&T’s IP/MPLS core, AT&T said.


Speaking further, Andre Fuetsch, AT&T’s CTO for Network Services explains; “The first IP edge use case is peering – the system that connects AT&T’s IP network with that of other Internet Service Providers (ISPs).”


Related Post

AirtelTigo names new CEO

Posted by - November 19, 2019 0
African telecoms operator, AirtelTigo announced this week that it has appointed Murthy Chaganti as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.…

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *