LG Uplus Deploys Alcatel-Lucent IP Gear
SEOUL -- Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) has transformed the network of South Korea’s LG Uplus, enabling the service provider to dramatically increase broadband speeds and capacity in response to exploding demand for superfast Internet access, IPTV services, voice-over-IP and other high-bandwidth services in their homes.
Ranked as the world’s most advanced information economy by the ITU ITU annual report “Measuring the Information Society 2012”, South Korea is experiencing rapid growth of broadband services. To meet this demand, LG Uplus has deployed Alcatel-Lucent’s Internet Protocol/Multiprotocol Label Switching (IP/MPLS) technology in some of the country’s major cities.
By deploying Alcatel-Lucent’s IP service routers, LG Uplus will be able to offer its customers faster, more reliable Internet access, video and voice services while growing revenues with the introduction of new services. This is the first deployment of Alcatel-Lucent’s service routers in Korea using its powerful FP3 – the industry’s first 400G processor – and lays the foundation for future speeds of up to 400 gigabit-per-second and even greater capacity.
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