Huawei to build PS-CN in Europe for T-Mobile

Huawei to build PS-CN in Europe for T-Mobile



December 30, 2015

T-Mobile International has selected Huawei Technologies to provide Packet Switched Core Networks across five key European countries. This important collaboration by the two companies will serve Germany, the UK, Austria, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic.

Under the terms of the contract, Huawei, a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, will replace existing networks with its next-generation PS-CN equipment.

Huawei’s advanced solutions can meet T-Mobile’s business needs in future competition. Also, Huawei’s long-term evolution strategy in Next Generation Mobile Network can help T-Mobile to protect its long-term investments while aligning with its development strategy.

This contract win of PS-CN stands as a proof of the success of Huawei’s work with T-Mobile, and is a milestone of the companies’ continuous partnership.

By deploying Huawei’s advanced solutions, T-Mobile is looking forward to providing excellent and more reliable services to its customers and to achieve its strategic business objectives.

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