Acea, Italy takes control with Advanced Metering and Network Management services from Ericsson.
The rollout of a new network upgrade was in danger when Thailand suffered the worst flooding in the country’s history. Against the odds, the upgrade to 3G was completed on time, and vital communication services were maintained throughout the challenging conditions.
AT&T Mobility, USA partners with Ericsson to fulfill its end-user satisfaction guarantee during the Democratic National Convention.
Australia’s largest electricity distributor builds wireless smart grid network. 4G wireless is set to be an integral part of Australia’s leading "smart grid" rollout after an agreement between Ericsson and Ausgrid, Australia’s largest energy distributor (formerly EnergyAustralia).
The Associated Press upgrades its infrastructure to support the distribution of HD news content.
Avea, Turkey’s mobile backhaul transformation project increases network capacity and supports fast growth.
Service-Aware Charging and Control solution brings new and differentiated services.
Smart logistics is technologies that enable fuel reductions and energy efficiency through better route and load planning. For example, operations management software can reduce inventory storage, fuel consumption, kilometers driven and number of vehicles traveling empty or partially loaded.
Azercell sponsors a major European music event and provides exceptional services.
Bahrain Telecommunications Company, Batelco, and Ericsson bring mobile coverage to the Bahrain Financial Harbour.
Beijing Netcom teamed up with Ericsson to support internal communications during the 2008 Olympic Games.
Sustainability and cost reductions go hand in hand when Bharti Airtel, India, implements Ericsson's Base Transceiver Station Power Savings.
Bharti Airtel chooses Ericsson's managed services in order to succeed in the intensely competitive Indian market.
Celcom Malaysia Berhad, extends long-term Spare Parts Management Service contract.
The Cellcom Group extends its global reach with a successful rollout in Guinea.
Celtel, Uganda, successfully reduces energy consumption.
China Mobile and Ericsson join together to enhance communications in Inner Mongolia.
Chunghwa Telecom first in Taiwan to launch multiscreen television service.
Chunghwa Telecom Lab and Ericsson jointly release Taiwan's first LTE trial result.
Ericsson contributes to Chunghwa Telecom's network transformation agenda in Taiwan.
Claro, Honduras selects Ericsson to support the delivery of an enhanced mobile network.
"Connect To Learn" kicks off with 100 scholarships in 100 days.
Cypoint Sweden uses Ericsson IPX to keep in touch with travelers all over the world.
Digicel launches voice and data services in the remote Amazon region of Suriname.
Digicel Suriname reduces opex and upgrades service with MINI-LINK.
DST solidifies its market lead in Brunei Darussalam with 3G services.
dtac, asked Ericsson to transform its business and swap out the aging network equipment.
Life cycle assessment of ICT enablement potential.
A public-private initiative delivers mobile broadband coverage to Chile’s sparse rural population, increasing productivity and enhancing quality of life.
The United Nations has paid tribute to Ericsson Response volunteers in Haiti as they recently wound up operations in the country – six months after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake devastated parts of the country.
In a world first, the European Broadcasting Union joins forces with Ericsson to deliver an enhanced Eurovision experience on the mobile channel
Overcoming challenges for fastest ever implementation of GSM network.
A unique fiber network is bridging the digital divide and transforming the city of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Maroc Telecom, Morocco, delivers connectivity for all with a cost efficient expansion solution.
mcel joins forces with Ericsson to deliver enhanced mobile services in Mozambique.
Meditel Morocco evolves its packet backbone network to provide multiservice capabilities.
Consumer markets are constantly evolving, and operators have to offer products and services that meet their customers’ needs. MetroPCS, which relied on its CDMA technology, found it was unable to keep up with increasing demand for data capacity. It needed a solution, fast.
Introducing innovative, differentiated and flexible services through the world’s biggest ever charging swap project.
MTN Rwandacell transforms its network into an IP-based converged architecture
MTN leads the way with the world's first mobile Dynamic Discount Solution.
MTN South Africa handles a 40 percent increase in traffic during the world's largest soccer tournament.
Ericsson helps MTN Ghana to increase data usage exponentially.
Nawras significantly improves capacity on its network in Oman with Ericsson's GSM Packet Abis solution.
Ericsson successfully deploys a comprehensive Network Operations Center for Nedjma in Algeria.
Scandinavian operator Net 1 proves that size doesn’t matter. With a CDMA 450MHz network, the small provider facilitates secure machine-to-machine communication across some of the most inhospitable areas of northern Europe.
New Zealand Police modernizes with IP-based communications.
O2 Ireland and Ericsson complete large scale transformation project.
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.
Optimus, Portugal launches unique IMS-based application for converged services.
Orange Guinea Conakry utilizes renewable energy to expand and enhance its mobile network.
Orange Réunion Mayotte modernizes real-time data charging and policy control to offer an improved customer experience.
OTE raises the bar for IPTV services in Greece.
Top media company PlayPhone improves the user experience and simplifies sales with Ericsson Internet Payment Exchange.
Single system allows easy access to unified, accurate network data.
An LTE Radio Access Network with Evolved Packet Core is helping Rogers deliver faster mobile broadband services to more than 9 million Canadians.
Rogers first in Canada to upgrade its network to LTE with an Evolved Packet Core, introducing faster mobile broadband speeds.
Rostelecom optimizes its content delivery network, benefiting both content providers and subscribers.
Saudi Telecom’s Service Delivery Platform creates new ways to provide value-added services and to partner with new players.
Smile Communications brings an enriched user experience to Nigeria with the launch of West Africa’s first 4G LTE network.
To quickly handle every complex emergency situation, SOS Alarm upgraded its Emergency Response system, CoordCom.
IPv6 the right address for Sprint.
Managed Services partnership a win-win for Ericsson and Sprint.
Ericsson joins Cambodian operator Star-Cell to bring mobile services to remote areas.
Swisscom launches LTE roaming, and becomes one of the first operators in the world to offer this service to its subscribers.
T-Mobile Austria urgently needed a new billing system. The Austrian market is dominated by price competition and rapid growth of data traffic. To stay competitive, T-Mobile Austria needed to offer innovative services and flexible solutions. And that required a future-proof billing system that could be extended to real time charging.
Tata Sky first in India to launch a Video On Demand Service, offering enhanced choice and flexibility.
Telecel Faso provides reliable services to its consumers at an affordable price.
Serbian operator adopts new version of Multi Mediation.
Tele2 Croatia implements a cost saving solution to increase its network capabilities and deliver quality mobile broadband services.
Ericsson's learning and consulting services help Telecom Egypt to stay agile.
Telefonica, Ecuador draws on Ericsson's expertise to maintain network quality.
TeliaSonera Denmark future-proofs its microwave network by evolving from MINI-LINK E to MINI-LINK TN.
Ericsson and telecommunications provider TeliaSonera work proactively to reduce use of hazardous substances.
New Telkomsel, Indonesia, expands coverage and capacity with a cost and energy efficient solution.
Telstra and Ericsson transform the largest mobile core network in Australia.
Telstra, Australia is an industry leader with an ambitious carbon emissions reduction program.
Providing unmatched performance across Australia with LTE 1800 MHz radio network and multi-access Evolved Packet Core.
Text Messaging Centre, UK expands the scope of its enterprise messaging services.
Tunisiana first to launch self-care portal to increase sales, improve customer loyalty and reduce costs.
Turkcell launches 3G in record time and secures its leadership in the Turkish market.
Turkcell, Turkey, requires transmission capacity expansion to provide increased voice and data services.
Velti helps its customers communicate and engage with consumers around the world.
Vinaphone brings 3G to the people.
Vipnet expands 3G coverage in Croatia using Ericsson’s Psi Coverage solution – a first in Europe.
Revisiting Brazilian operator, Vivo following the complete transformation of its network.
Vodafone Egypt leads the way in offering a better charging solution for customers.
Ericsson enables Vodafone Germany to successfully deliver traffic updates for real-time service.
Vodafone Iceland, partners with Ericsson to deliver IPTV services to the Icelandic market.
Vodafone Netherlands chooses Automatic Data Retention Solution from Ericsson.
Ericsson's Managed Services offering delivers enhanced performance of Vodafone Netherlands' network.
Vodafone Spain collaborates with competitors to launch superior services that span all networks, operators and devices.
Volvo Ocean Race sails ahead in the multimedia arena.
WIND Hellas introduces one common convergent-ready business support system with a proven roadmap.
XL Axiata enhances its M2M offering in Indonesia using Ericsson’s Device Connection Platform.