Ericsson and Telstra are partnering on the Virtual Home Gateway (Virtual CPE) service and are using Telstra’s home integration lab to show visitors how it works. Customers are acquiring an ever larger number of complex devices. The concept behind Virtual CPE is therefore to simplify that complexity by moving the control back into the network. It is all to do with personalization and having a universal identity.
Smile Communications brings an enriched user experience to Nigeria with the launch of West Africa’s first 4G LTE network.
As people get more telecom savvy, the agility and flexibility of the business becomes even more critical. Bharti CIO Asia Pacific reflects on how IT & Networks can bring opportunities for innovation.
XL Axiata enhances its M2M offering in Indonesia using Ericsson’s Device Connection Platform.
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 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.
Providing unmatched performance across Australia with LTE 1800 MHz radio network and multi-access Evolved Packet Core.
How Open Mobile, the fourth largest mobile communications operator in Puerto Rico, has carved out a market niche offering end users high-quality communications with no contracts or hidden fees.
Vodafone Egypt leads the way in offering a better charging solution for customers