Teledata Networks wins $12.5M multiservice access network project

Teledata Networks, a leading global provider of innovative Multiservice Access solutions for NGN (Next Generation Networks), has been awarded a $12.5M project from ICE, Costa Rica’s National Electricity and Telecommunications company. The contract covers the supply of BroadAccess multiservice access systems supporting a variety of services, from TDM to IP.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

The system’s wide range of network technologies saves the operator costly infrastructure, as it essentially comprises several systems in one. The systems will be installed all over Costa Rica, and will deliver services to both business and residential areas.
Costa Rica is currently undergoing a period of heavy investments in broadband and optical infrastructure, and heading towards NGN and the deployment of softswitches. Teledata Networks fits in perfectly with this trend, as its forte is ensuring seamless migration between TDM and IP technologies, with advanced features such as VoIP and Triple Play.

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ICE Hires Amino For IPTV in Costa Rica

February 2010

Amino will provide 38.000 set-top boxes to support ICE’s IPTV rollout.

The network operator plans to launch services in the first half of 2010, targeting up to 100,000 homes across the country. Amino will work closely with systems integrator ITS on the service rollout and will provide 38,000 units including its A125, A130M and A530 DVR (digital video recorder) STBs phased over the next two years.

Costa Rica: ICE Will Offer Internet Television

November 2009

The General Comptroller of the Republic authorized the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) to offer television via Internet.

The comptroller approved a contract between ICE and 'ITS Servicios de Infocomunicación' to acquire the technological platform.

"This service, dubbed IPTV, comprises sending a digital TV signal through the same broadband connection users have in their homes or offices", explains

ICE Invests $22 Million in Radio System

August 2009

The system was purchased from Motorola, and the institute will use it for internal communications.

The $22 million purchase by the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE), amounts for operation and maintenance costs.

"For the system the institute will use several granted concessions, which include 160 channels of radio frequencies", reported

Huawei is already the No. 1 supplier to ICE

February 2009

Chinese business has accumulated a total of $266 million in contracts with the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE).

With very aggressive pricing policies, Huawei has positioned itself in Costa Rica as the leader in the provision of networks and cellular telephone systems. This leadership position enhances its ability to obtain bids currently under way, such as for the 200 radio bases that ICE needs to acquire.

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