Friday, October 30, 2015

AT&T Adds Nokia to Domain 2.0 Program

AT&T has added Nokia to its Domain 2.0 supplier program .

AT&T said it has made progress toward its 2015 goal of virtualizing and controlling 5% of its target network – a first step towards virtualizing 75% in 2020.

“As a global player, Nokia will help us toward our software-centric network goals,” said Susan A. Johnson, senior vice president, AT&T Global Supply Chain. “We’re constantly looking for agile and innovative companies to join our Domain 2.0 supplier program. And Nokia is one of them.”

"Nokia is proud to support AT&T's mission to connect its customers with a best-in-class, software-centric network," said Rajeev Suri, president and CEO of Nokia. "Our innovative companies share a vision of leveraging cloud technologies to transform the network, providing simplicity, speed and scalability today while laying the foundation for the connected world of tomorrow."

AT&T has previously announced a number of Domain 2.0 suppliers, including: Brocade, Ciena, Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent, Amdocs, Juniper Networks, Fujitsu Network Communications, Ericsson, Affirmed Networks, Tail-F Systems (acquired by Cisco, and Metaswitch Networks

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