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IP Telecom strikes deal with Nokia to defend against quantum cyber attacks

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 17 January 22

The deal will see Nokia help expand IP Telecom’s data centre connectivity infrastructure around metro areas, as well as increasing the network’s encryption capabilities

Today, Nokia has announced it has struck a deal with IP Telecom to expand the latter’s data centre cloud connectivity infrastructure to metro areas in Portugal.  The deal will see Nokia build an encrypted optical data centre interconnect (DCI) solution, including upgrades to multiple 100Gbps and 200Gbps wavelengths. In future, the solution will be able to deliver 400GE services. IP Telecom currently operates three major data centres in Portugal &ndash…

Today, Nokia has announced it has struck a deal with IP Telecom to expand the latter’s data centre cloud connectivity infrastructure to metro areas in Portugal.  The deal will see Nokia build an encrypted optical data centre interconnect (DCI) solution, including upgrades to multiple 100Gbps and 200Gbps wavelengths. In future, the solution will be able to deliver 400GE services. IP Telecom currently operates three major data centres in Portugal &ndash…

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