Nokia Siemens secures IP contract in Germany

Nokia Siemens Networks said it has been awarded an IP network maintenance contract by the German operator Deutsche Telekom.

Under the long-term contract, Nokia Siemens Networks will deliver maintenance services for Juniper Networks E-, M- and T-series routers in the IP backbone and broadband access network of Deutsche Telekom in Germany.

The services include ticket handling, incident processing and troubleshooting, software maintenance and service and the exchange and repair of defective network components.

Maintenance of Deutsche Telekom's test-lab equipment is also included in the service contract, the company added.

No financial information was provided.

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