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Orange Réunion Mayotte: A route to the future

2013-05-17 Categories: Case stories
Orange Réunion Mayotte: A route to the future

Orange Réunion Mayotte modernizes real-time data charging and policy control to offer an improved customer experience

Tunisiana, Tunisia: Just two clicks

2013-02-26 Categories: Case stories
Tunisiana, Tunisia: Just two clicks

Tunisiana first to launch self-care portal to increase sales, improve customer loyalty and reduce costs.

Unitel, Angola: Ready for action

2011-10-17 Categories: Case stories
Unitel, Angola: Ready for action

Unitel opens the door to a seamless provision of rich multimedia content.

New generation controller to cater for mobile broadband growth

2011-02-10 Categories: Portfolio, Industry
  • Ericsson launches Multi-standard Evo Controller 8200 at Mobile World Congress 2011
  • Provides 10 times more capacity and improves smartphone user experience
  • Offers flexibility for operators to reconfigure capacity between GSM and WCDMA

Ericsson MSC Server Blade Cluster

2008-08-04 Categories: Ericsson Review, Technology
Ericsson MSC Server Blade Cluster

The MSC-S Blade Cluster, the future-proof server part of Ericsson’s Mobile Softswitch solution, provides very high capacity, effortless scalability, and outstanding system availability. It also means lower OPEX per subscriber, and sets the stage for business-efficient network solutions.

Smart Simplicity in radio network management

2008-05-27 Categories: Ericsson Review, Technology
Smart Simplicity in radio network management

Greater emphasis in recent years on simplified network management is in line with other efforts in the wireless industry to streamline operations and reduce costs. Network management encompasses common operator tasks such as planning, dimensioning, deploying, configuring and optimizing a cellular network. The authors describe the rationale behind this trend and introduce Ericsson’s Smart Simplicity concept, which focuses on means of increasing automation in today’s increasingly complex networks in order to reduce operating expenses (OPEX). As an example of new automatic features, they describe an RBS deployment scenario that introduces cost-saving functions.

LTE-SAE architecture and performance

2007-10-24 Categories: Ericsson Review, Technology
LTE-SAE architecture and performance

LTE-SAE (Long-term evolution - system architecture evolution) systems promise unprecedented performance in new and existing frequency bands for 3GPP and 3GPP2 operators. The simplified and optimized architecture uses a minimum number of nodes in the user plane. In addition, new features have been introduced to simplify operation and maintenance. Ericsson's portfolio of base stations and core network products can be upgraded to LTE-SAE, and the company is developing a range of LTE base stations for new deployments. Furthermore, Ericsson's LTE mobile platforms are well positioned for different types of terminals and devices: broadband modules, fixed wireless terminals, and mobile terminals. This combination enables mobile broadband services to everyone, everywhere.

Third design release of Ericsson's WCDMA macro radio base stations  

2005-12-19 Categories: Ericsson Review, Technology
Third design release of Ericsson's WCDMA macro radio base stations  

Ericsson's new, third release of WCDMA macro RBSs capitalizes on advances in technology to improve the architecture. The new design enables operators to double node capacity, increase coverage, simplify maintenance, and dramatically lower power consumption. The combined effect of these enhancements yields considerably lower CAPEX and OPEX in the radio access network.