Globul showcases overhauled network management centre

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Bulgarian mobile operator Globul, a subsidiary of Greece’s Cosmote, inaugurated on May 20 its new network management centre that would provide round-the-clock control and monitoring of the operator’s network across the country.The new state-of-art centre in Sofia’s Business Park cost nine million euro and would employ 20 engineers, Globul said.”We have seen a seven-fold increase in voice traffic, five times increase in SMS traffic and a spectacular 272 times increase in data traffic over the last five years. To meet that growth in demand, Globul invested nearly 600 million euro in its network in that period and the new network management centre is a major milestone of our investment program,” the company’s chief technical officer Apostolos Pagkoutsos said.Globul is Bulgaria’s second-largest mobile operator with 3.8 million customers at end-March.

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