CDMA Voice Core


Ericsson CDMA Voice Core allows operators to deploy a state of the art platform to support 3GPP2-compliant network, manage costs while growing their subscriber base. It delivers network operators with a very robust feature-rich platform and scalable switching environment that efficiently delivers service to all markets.

Ericsson Packet MSC

The Packet MSC is a packet-based mobile switching system that provides separation of control and transport planes to allow for the physical separation of the call servers and the access network.  Packet-based MSC reduces port usage, transport costs and utility costs; while making it simpler and easier to grow network capacity.

The Packet MSC builds on Ericsson's expertise as the pioneer in Voice over Packet (VoP) and CDMA operations to deliver a total solution for voice with field-proven carrier grade platforms

Ericsson Circuit MTX

The Circuit MTX is TDM-based mobile switching system to support legacy circuit network. The Circuit MTX has been deployed for more than 15 yrs and has the capability to evolve to a carrier-grade softswitch known as the Packet MSC. This seamless upgrade allows operators to get all the advantages of packet based switching while supporting the same proven, extensive subscriber features and ANSI-41 features.

First CDMA HD Voice Call

Ericsson has successfully completed a CDMA wideband High Definition (HD) voice call, demonstrating a technical first for the CDMA industry. CDMA HD voice delivers speech in a wider spectral range, which increases voice quality, intelligibility and decreases listening fatigue, even in environments with high background noise.

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Ericsson selected for Sprint's Network Vision Program

Sprint have chosen Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) for Network Vision program, the next evolution of the Sprint network. The five-year contract includes Ericsson building a complete network infrastructure solution for roughly one third of the nation's geography for Sprint markets largely in the central and south east regions of the country, including Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Kansas City and Dallas.

In addition, in its role managing Sprint's nationwide Network Advantage program, Ericsson will also serve as the Prime Integrator with responsibility for assuring the successful introduction and transition of all vendors' equipment into Sprint's nationwide network infrastructure.