Major network operators around the world depend on CDMA technology to deliver mobile voice and data services to over half a billion subscribers. Ericsson is a leading supplier of CDMA solutions for network operators, including Verizon Wireless, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, AT&T in the U.S. along with many other operators across North America, the Caribbean and Europe.

Operator Business Drivers

These operators depend on Ericsson to deliver solutions that allow them to leverage their network capital investments for the long term and reduce cash burn from their on-going operating expenses. They need to grow their top-line revenues and simultaneously position themselves to profitably transform their networks to meet the swelling demand for full service mobile broadband deployment. Ericsson’s CDMA portfolio delivers solutions that meet these central business needs.

Ericsson Commitment to Operator Success

Ericsson's extensive experience in CDMA and its demonstrated commitment to its future ensure network operators that Ericsson CDMA is a good investment and will deliver the customer value and operating efficiency they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive market.

Key Products

  • CDMA Radio Access Network

    CDMA Radio Access Networks delivers superior performance to meet a full range of network provider requirements from rural to dense urban deployments.

    The CDMA RAN portfolio provides ...

  • 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 ...

  • CDMA Operations, Administration and Maintenance

    To ensure the high performance and operational efficiency of the Ericsson CDMA network, Ericsson supports a robust CDMA Operations, Administration & Maintenance (OA&M) architecture that ...

China Telecom Chooses Ericsson's Packet Core

China Telecom have chosen Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) for PDSN upgrade and expansion for their CDMA packet core network in seven provinces and Macau SAR branches. The deal will enhance China Telecom’s capability of CDMA mobile network, generate new sources of revenue, improve end-user experience and ensure the future smooth evolution to LTE.

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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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Net1 Customer Success Story

Net 1 Scandinavia: transforming rural businesses through machine to machine (M2M) connectivity utilizing Ericsson's CDMA 450Mhz solution.

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Net 1’s M2M connectivity transforms forestry firm SCA


With the explosive growth of mobile broadband and machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, you’d be forgiven for thinking the technology has yet to reach areas where even mobile voice communication is extremely difficult. But you’d be wrong. Deep in the heart of the densest Swedish forests, CDMA 450MHz technology is transforming the business of SCA – the country’s largest private forestry owner, hygiene and paper company – through M2M connectivity.

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Forestry firm's sustainability benefits from M2M connectivity


The environmental benefits of machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity are an attractive proposition for industry and business. Global hygiene and paper company SCA utilizes CDMA 450MHz coverage across its forest-based operations to meet sustainability and environmental targets, setting an excellent example.

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