Invitel receives MEF CE 2.0 certificate


press release

Hungarian telco Invitel recently became the first company in the country to be awarded an MEF CE 2.0 international certificate, which means the company can perform certain complex network operations, according to a press release issued yesterday.

As a result of receiving the certificate, Invitel can now offer its corporate and governmental clients certified services, such as real-time performance monitoring and thorough failure analysis, the press release said.

Invitel said it considers the award an important milestone in the companyʼs history of network development.

"It is a big success that we acquired this international certificate as the first company among the Hungarian service providers, which is a recognition of Invitelʼs unique Carrier Ethernet network development platform", Áron Javorniczky (pictured) of Invitel said. "Thanks to the certificate our company is able to offer this solution in 140 settlements in the country for tens of thousands of clients."

The certificate was awarded by Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF). MEF is an international organization that sets down the criteria for installing Carrier Ethernet technologies, and requires audited parameters for the operation of CE networks. MEF has more than 220 members, such as AT&T, China Telekom, Cisco, Ericsson and Fujitsu.


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