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News | 07/06/2006 4:00 am EDT

US cable operator to use Nortel VoIP solution
One of the 10 largest cable operators in America, Suddenlink Communications, will be using a VoIP solution from Nortel to provide telephone and multimedia services to its customers. The solution includes network design, integration, management and maintenance services, and the new network will provide VoIP services to Suddenlink’s customer base from California to North Carolina. "Nortel’s services and expertise, the proven interoperability of its VoIP solution and its IMS roadmap give us confidence that they can uniquely help our company launch and maintain a new VoIP service," said Terry Cordova, senior VP of engineering at Suddenlink, in a news release. Deployment of the network is expected to begin later this year and be completed by the end of 2007.

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