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As Per Latest Information TDC NET Deploys Nokia’s IP Routing Solutions for Network Expansion in Denmark

Nokia’s IP routing solutions enable sustainable growth and improve customer experience.

To expand the capacity of its national fixed and mobile networks, TDC NET, the top supplier of digital infrastructure in Denmark, has installed IP routing solutions from Nokia that are powered by FP5 routing silicon. The ambitious 2030 net-zero target set by TDC NET includes this effort.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The expanding Danish customer base of TDC NET will benefit from scalable capacity and improved energy efficiency thanks to Nokia’s IP routing technologies.
  • Sustainable growth concept is made possible by Nokia’s FP5 routing silicon.
  • TDC NET’s client experience is improved by Nokia’s technological advancements.

In order to increase capacity for its fixed and mobile networks across the country, TDC NET, the largest provider of digital infrastructure in Denmark, has announced the introduction of Nokia’s IP routing solutions. TDC NET will become the first firm in the world to have a validated SBTI net-zero goal with this action as part of the company’s ambitious net-zero target for 2030.

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routing silicon for FP5 For Power Efficient Networks Deployed

TDC NET, according to a release, deployed Nokia’s 7750 SR-s routers, which are powered by FP5 routing technology. The FP5 routing silicon may use 75% less power than earlier generations, making it a crucial enabler for creating higher-capacity IP networks. The FP5’s 800GE capabilities, which will enable TDC NET to handle both present and future traffic increases sustainably and at a lower cost, will be advantageous to the network.

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TDC NET said in a statement that it is dedicated to influencing the future of Denmark’s digital infrastructure by offering its clients sustainable and future-proof connections. In order to stay ahead of the competition, the company turned to Nokia and its technological breakthroughs, which allowed them to expand their network and strengthen their links to all Danish service providers for the best possible client experience.

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Nokia claims that because of the best-in-class scalability and efficiency of its IP routing solutions, TDC NET is able to sustainably manage its expansion efforts and continue to provide outstanding customer experiences today and in the future.

TDC NET offers reliable connections in Denmark as the biggest and most seasoned provider of digital infrastructure in the country. TDC NET delivers Denmark’s greatest mobile network with nationwide 5G coverage, connecting more than 1.5 million locations with coax or fiber, according to the company’s website.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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