Ericsson is increasing its focus on the channel-partner business. Cooperation with successful channel partners will be essential for the vision of 50 billion connected devices by 2020.
At the Carrier Ethernet World Congress 2011 on October 11 to 13 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Ericsson will showcase its IP and Broadband offering, including results from newly conducted interoperability tests.
Microwave technology is a cost-efficient technology for flexible and rapid backhaul deployment to almost any location. It is the dominant backhaul media for mobile networks in the world today, and is expected to maintain this position during the evolution of mobile broadband.
Our new Follow the Expert film features Mikael Höök from Ericsson Research on a whistle-stop tour of the latest test bed and prototype demonstrations at an Ericsson Research open day.
The eruption of the volcano near Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull glacier triggered operator Míla into regularly checking its network performance in the region as part of its contingency planning. It has been delighted with the results.
Cellcom saw an opportunity to expand into Guinea by rolling out a stable and efficient network. It turned to Ericsson to provide an advanced core, radio and transmission network. It was so successful that within six months of launch, Cellcom went from fifth to second biggest operator in the country.
Digicel, in partnership with Ericsson, launches voice and data services in the remote Amazonian region of Suriname. Residents of the interior, who previously had not even been able to call friends and relatives, are now able to access email, the internet, and communicate with the rest of the world.
Nawras has the widest network in Oman, serving approximately 92 percent of the population. When it was running out of capacity, the operator turned to Ericsson to increase its network efficiency by introducing IP in its backhaul and radio access network nodes.
T-Mobile, in partnership with Ericsson, has evolved its microwave mobile backhaul network in the Czech Republic by moving from a MINI-LINK E to a MINI-LINK TN-based network. Now the network is ready for high-speed mobile broadband, while efficiently handling legacy services.