Tuesday, 10 September 2019 09:53

NBN Co deploys Infinera SDN solution across broadband network

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Australia's broadband builder NBN Co has deployed Infinera’s transcend software-defined networking (SDN) solution across its network.

Infinera says the “self-healing capabilities” of its solution allow network operators to restore customer services by automatically rerouting traffic when faults occur – and will allow NBN Co to increase its network resiliency and reliability by introducing automatic service restoration capabilities across its network.

“The Transcend SDN solution was deployed and integrated with our systems, giving us the capability to increase service availability to some of the most remote locations across Australia,” said NBN Co's Chief Network Deployment Officer, Kathrine Dyer.

“This will give our network increased resiliency and help ensure that our customers get the best possible experience when migrating to NBN Co’s broadband access network.”

Bob Jandro, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales at Infinera said, “We are delighted to work with NBN Co by providing innovative software and automation solutions that help them overcome the challenges of operating a large nationwide network.”

“Transcend’s service restoration and management capabilities are ideal for network operators like NBN Co to differentiate themselves in a competitive market by providing the most reliable services.

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