In a statement today, Nokia said it has supplied network management solutions, implementation services and D50e DSLAM (Digital Subscriber LineAccess Multiplexer), which claims to support various types of DSL technologies, including asymmetrical digital subscriber line (ADSL).
The broadband solutions will allow Thailand's TelecomAsia to provide Internet access services in Bangkok and its hinterland, Nokia added. When contacted, Nokia Networks spokesperson Arja Suominen declined to reveal the financial details of the deal.
TelecomAsia is a provider of voice, video, data and Web-based applications. It has 2.6 million fixed line network and 1.67 million connected lines in Bangkok and its surrounding areas, Nokia noted in the statement.