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GSM/EDGE delivers high data speeds and the best global coverage for mobile devices. Much faster than ordinary GSM/GPRS, while freeing up GSM network capacity for additional voice traffic.
WCDMA/HSPA is cost-effective for voice and the best technology for mass-market mobile broadband services – mobile broadband access that matches or surpasses most fixed networks.
LTE offers high peak speeds, low latency, high capacity, spectrum flexibility and network simplicity. Chosen by most operators as the technology for next-generation communication.
Carrier-grade Wi-Fi complements Ericsson’s heterogeneous network offering to improve the mobile broadband experience, even in the face of demanding video applications.
Major operators rely on CDMA 1x and EV-DO to supply mobile voice and data services to over half a billion users. Grow top-line revenues and prepare to provide full-service mobile broadband.
The Ericsson versatile portfolio of radio base stations gives an unrivalled flexibility when it comes to providing coverage and capacity for all applications, ranging from rural to dense urban ...
The Ericsson Radio Dot System will remove indoor bottlenecks by providing coverage to different kinds of users in medium to large indoor locations. The system uses an innovative antenna element ...
The current development of GSM, CDMA and WCDMA networks puts strong demand on controller efficiency. The network controllers (BSC, RNC and EVO) must help operators meet future expansion needs, ...
Ericsson Carrier-Grade Wi-Fi networks are massively scalable and seamlessly integrate with the carrier core to deliver a great user experience.
Our Radio Site are based on RBS site products needed for a complete RBS site with high quality and optimized network performance.
The GSM standard is continuously evolving with innovations such as VAMOS and EDGE Evolution. Our constant focus on technology leadership and lowest total cost of ownership makes Ericsson’s ...
LTE is the next step in the technical evolution of 2G/3G networks. It offers superior user experience with simplified technology for next-generation mobile broadband.
Regardless of where they are, consumers demand higher data rates as they send and receive e-mails, or enjoy music or video clips. So, speed isn’t the only issue for the network service ...
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 ...
"Microwave Towards 2020" gives Ericsson's view of important aspects of microwave in backhaul networks including capacity needs and capabilities, spectrum, total cost of ownership, packet functionalities and service defined networks and how this will evolve towards 2020. It is also available on Slideshare.
Ericsson launches the first indoor picocell with carrier aggregation, which doubles capacity, delivering 300 Mbps LTE speeds and the best indoor experience, in a tablet-sized footprint.
Each decade since mobile communication was introduced in the 1980s, has brought with it a new generation of systems and technologies. The next evolution, 5G radio access, is set for commercialization around 2020, and will deliver 5G services in an environment that is shaping up to be a significant challenge.
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