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dtac, Thailand - a radical move that paid off

2014-04-14 Categories: Case stories
dtac, Thailand - a radical move that paid off

Thailand’s second- largest mobile operator, dtac, asked Ericsson to transform its business and swap out the aging network equipment ,enabling an upgrade from 2G to 3G and LTE. With the goal of building the best network in Thailand, dtac was able to substantially grow its subscriber base, while also increasing customer satisfaction and preparing its operation to better manage rich data.

Vipnet, Croatia: From coast to coast

2014-02-25 Categories: Case stories

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Vipnet, Croatia: From coast to coast

Vipnet partnered with Ericsson to expand 3G coverage along Croatia’s coastal areas and islands. Looking for a low-power solution, Ericsson’s Psi Coverage solution was deployed for the first time in Europe, bringing energy savings without compromising on the network coverage and performance.

Ericsson Networks Software 14B

2014-02-12 Categories: Technology, Industry
Ericsson Networks Software 14B

Find out how much telecom networks software impacts a day in a smartphone users life.

Orange Jordan selects Ericsson sustainable solutions to boost network performance

2014-01-15 Categories: Industry
  • Orange selects Ericsson’s innovative solutions to transform its network in Jordan
  • Ericsson provides sustainable solution with efficient power consumption
  • Orange to deploy Ericsson SSR 8000 family technology to upgrade its packet core network and enhance connectivity for subscribers

Spectrum sharing – fast-track capacity with Licensed Shared Access

2013-10-29 Categories: White Papers, Technology
Spectrum sharing – fast-track capacity with Licensed Shared Access

Spectrum is fundamental to the success of mobile wireless communications. In recent years, it has been difficult to add new spectrum due to incumbent or legacy use. Shared spectrum opens opportunities to unlock additional, currently underutilized, spectrum for mobile broadband, in situations when incumbent or co-primary use does not diminish the value of that spectrum to the mobile operator. This is important because clearing this underused spectrum for exclusive use by the mobile industry would not be possible within reasonable time frames.

4th Generation IP – leading performance drives growth

2013-10-14 Categories: White Papers, Technology
4th Generation IP – leading performance drives growth

The new era of 4G IP networking is founded on the creation of a network with the scale and scope required to satisfy the demands of an increasingly connected world. As we get closer to the Networked Society, operators face three fundamental challenges: rising subscriber expectations, a fast-evolving commercial landscape, and exponential growth in data traffic.

5G signals a new phase of the connectivity revolution

2013-10-03 Categories: Ericsson Business Review
5G signals a new phase of the connectivity revolution

5G will integrate new and existing radio-access technologies, rather than be based on a single breakthrough technology, and this will mark the next phase of a radically transformative global process – the connectivity revolution. And while it’s too early to know exactly what 5G will mean for individual players or industries, there is no doubt it will disrupt value chains and enable new opportunities on an unprecedented scale both within and across industries.

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