KPN, the leading telecommunications and ICT service provider in the Netherlands, is requiring to curb TCO growth and accelerate service provisioning in the fierce competitive market of services . Huawei joined hands with KPN in 2009 to tackle this issue through an E2E Planning & Engineering Service solution.
Dutch telco giant KPN, despite its market leadership, found that giving its VIP customers what they wanted alone can hardly keep margins healthy, as TCO was a major issue. Through Huawei end-to-end (E2E) planning & engineering service solution, KPN was able to accelerate their service provisioning, achieving win-win situation for both customers and itself.
The Swiss telecom market is characterized by fierce competition and users asking for high-speed Internet access. Swisscom is rising to these challenges through a mix of technologies, especially fiber to the home (FTTH), fiber to the street (FTTS), Vectoring, and other future-oriented measures, to meet its customers’ evolving demands.
China Telecom Fujian (Fujian Telecom) provided the optimal Internet application experience for end users and enhanced the ISPs' loyalty to China Telecom by creating a new service model of "opening the network capacity and sharing the content to achieve win-win cooperation." This is a successful practice of China Telecom's smart operation strategy.