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ZTE prendra en charge la mise à jour du réseau fédérateur de Telkom Indonesia à Java

ZTE Corporation (« ZTE ») (code titre action H : 0763.HK/code titre action A : 000063.SZ), un fournisseur mondial d’équipements de télécommunications, de solutions de réseau et d’appareils mobiles, coté en bourse, a le plaisir d’annoncer qu’il prendra en charge la mise à jour du réseau fédérateur de Telkom Indonesia à Java afin d’augmenter la majeure partie du réseau par un facteur 10 et d’offrir à ses abonnés une expérience utilisateur supérieure.

Les solutions de multiplexage dense en longueur d’onde/réseau de transport optique (DWDM/OTN) de ZTE, à la fine pointe de l’industrie, ont été déployées pour aider Telkom Indonesia à mettre à jour son réseau fédérateur de Java - actuellement de 10 Gigaoctets/seconde (10G) - en le faisant passer à un système 100G de nouvelle génération. Le nouveau système 100G coexistera avec le système 10G existant sur une seule fibre optique grâce à la solution Guard Band de ZTE qui permet à ces deux technologies de fonctionner en simultané.

« En raison de l’importance stratégique vitale de l’infrastructure réseau de Java, le réseau nécessite une stabilité et une fiabilité supérieures. ZTE possède la technologie, les capacités de service et l’expérience nécessaires pour relever ce défi », a affirmé Gong Ming, Directeur technique de PT ZTE Indonesia. « ZTE est fier d’offrir à Telkom la technologie et la solution de pointe nécessaires pour déployer un canal 100G sur un réseau existant. »

Couvrant l’île de Java - de la province du Java Occidental à celle du Java Oriental - et reliant toutes les grandes villes de l’île, le réseau fédérateur Java est le réseau fédérateur le plus sollicité d’Indonésie, représentant la plus importante capacité d’échange totale et la plus forte croissance du trafic de données. Avec un nombre d’utilisateurs en croissance rapide et l’évolution fulgurante de la technologie, la mise à jour à la technologie 100G permettra à Telkom Indonesia de développer ses services commerciaux à large bande tout en améliorant l’expérience client. Telkom Indonesia est le plus important fournisseur de télécommunications d'Indonésie.

ZTE fournira le système DWDM ZXWM M920 à Telkom Indonesia dans le cadre de la modernisation de son réseau. Le système a pour but d’aider Telkom Indonesia à bâtir un réseau porteur pérenne (DWDM/OTN). Le nouveau réseau coopérera également avec le NetNumenTM U31 NMS de ZTE pour bâtir des réseaux flexibles, fiables, rentables, gérables et évolutifs permettant le déploiement de nouveaux services 100G.

La solution de ZTE permettra à Telkom Indonesia d'optimiser la valeur de ses investissements en abaissant le coût total de propriété et en offrant une flexibilité, une évolutivité et une extensibilité accrues, en plus d’une fiabilité et d’une sécurité améliorées, une maintenance facilitée, des opérations, une administration et une gestion du réseau plus efficaces, et en permettant une transmission très longue distance et d’excellentes capacités de transmission 100G.

Depuis plus de 10 ans, ZTE possède une expérience éprouvée dans le domaine du déploiement d’excellentes solutions d’infrastructure auprès de Telkom Indonesia. La collaboration entre Telkom Indonesia et ZTE inclut les projets suivants :

1. En mai 2004, ZTE a sécurisé un contrat en qualité de fournisseur unique pour la construction du réseau de transmission fédérateur de Java, qui couvre toutes les grandes villes de l’île du même nom.

2. En juin 2015, ZTE Corporation a remporté le contrat de la Phase I du projet d’expansion de la capacité du réseau fédérateur de Java.

3. En décembre 2006, ZTE a remporté le contrat de construction du projet DWDM TK de câble sous-marin JDCS. À l’instar du contrat sécurisé portant sur le réseau fédérateur de Java, il s’agit de la seconde fois que ZTE construit un réseau fédérateur WDM pour Telkom Indonesia, avec l’ajout d’une solution intégrée de câble sous-marin clé en main. Dans le cadre de l'expansion du réseau fédérateur de Java, le réseau relie toutes les grandes villes de l’île de Java et de celle de Bali - les deux îles les plus densément peuplées d’Indonésie.

4. En mars 2007, ZTE a remporté le contrat de la Phase II du projet d’expansion de la capacité du réseau fédérateur de Java.

5. En octobre 2007, ZTE a remporté le projet de mise à jour et de reconstruction du réseau fédérateur de Java.

6. En novembre 2007, ZTE a sécurisé le contrat du projet de réseau RMJ SDH pour la construction du réseau SDH sur l’île de Sumatra et a fourni une solution intégrée clé en main à l’OSP.

7. De 2009 à 2013, ZTE a mené à terme plusieurs projets pour Telkom Indonesia, y compris une extension de la capacité du réseau avec l’ajout de nouvelles antennes lambda 10G au réseau fédérateur de Java, ainsi que des projets de reconfiguration du lien existant afin d’optimiser le design de la configuration du réseau.

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