Tele2, Aicent Announce IPX Peering Agreement

Tele2 has made an IPX Peering agreement with Aicent,  the world’s leading multi-service IPX (IP exchange) of mobile data network services and solutions for mobile carriers globally.

The move allows both Aicent and Tele2’s mobile operator customers to be able to quickly and efficiently expand their LTE roaming footprint via a single connection supporting the exchange of next generation voice, LTE roaming and signaling services, in addition to standard voice and GRX traffic.  

According to a news release, both companies can now offer a combined multiservice IPX, enhancing mobile subscribers’ LTE roaming experience through guaranteed end-to-end Quality of Service commitments, multiple Class of Service support, and comprehensive security providing high-quality voice and high-speed data access comparable to what they receive while in their home network. 

Tele2 has just launched its own IPX  solution on the Eurocore data back-bone Network six weeks back.

“With the increasing numbers of subscribers traveling for both personal and business needs, it is becoming more and more important to support mobile data roaming on a global level. We are pleased to be entering an agreement with Aicent and this partnership will improve our customers’ mobile 4G/LTE roaming experience by providing connectivity with best-in-class roaming.” 

-  Joachim Horn, Executive Vice President and Group CTIO of Tele2 AB

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