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A public-private initiative delivers mobile broadband coverage to Chile’s sparse rural population, increasing productivity and enhancing quality of life.
Australia’s largest electricity distributor builds wireless smart grid network. 4G wireless is set to be an integral part of Australia’s leading "smart grid" rollout after an agreement between Ericsson and Ausgrid, Australia’s largest energy distributor (formerly EnergyAustralia).
Avea, Turkey’s mobile backhaul transformation project increases network capacity and supports fast growth.
LTE technology is known for its ultrafast mobile broadband capabilities. Now it is helping deliver better quality live-TV coverage from events on the move, improving the experience for both broadcasters and viewers.
Smart logistics is technologies that enable fuel reductions and energy efficiency through better route and load planning. For example, operations management software can reduce inventory storage, fuel consumption, kilometers driven and number of vehicles traveling empty or partially loaded.
An average of 13,000 emergency response calls are managed every day in the Comunitat Valenciana region. Each year around 7 million people are assisted by the emergency services. To ensure the optimal utilization of public safety resources, the 112 Comunitat Valenciana (112CV) requires the right decision-making processes to be in place to ensure a secure and speedy response to all its emergency calls.
Known as ‘the land of a thousand hills’, Rwanda is a country with a fast-growing economy. Rwanda has a relatively low penetration rate compared to its East African neighbors and there is great scope for further growth in the telecoms sector.
Mobile broadband and cloud computing are revolutionizing education in classrooms in Ghana – for pupils and teachers alike. Internet access not only provides a wealth of educational information for tutors and students attending schools under the Connect To Learn initiative, a public-private partnership of which Ericsson is a founding member, but also allows them to reach out to each other, and to the world.
Since 2005, demand for broadband services in India has grown dramatically. Radius Infratel, India’s leading fixed broadband infrastructure provider, is currently aiming to connect 600,000 homes with Fiber to the Home (FTTH) over the next three years. This will enable users to access a whole host of high bandwidth applications from different telecom companies.