Dell’Oro names Ericsson top vendor for evolved packet core: What does that mean for Indonesia?

For the fourth consecutive quarter, Ericsson has maintained top ranking for Evolved Packet Core (EPC), according to a recently published report from Dell’Oro Group, making it possible for our Indonesian-based customers and beyond to prepare and invest in virtual EPC and 5G Core networks.

The future of Ericsson’s Evolved Packet Core is a bright one: delivering on our commitment to supercharge the packet throughput performance of packet gateways. Simply put, this means our Evolved Packet Gateway offers the best performance available on the market today: both as physical network function and virtual network function, at least doubling the authentic "real-world" performance of any other packet gateway available today.

However, it’s not just about forwarding packets at extreme rates. Network operator value is realized by enabling node count reductions, lowering the costs to provision mass-market virtualized services, and preparing for the migration to 5G with network slicing.

Another customer ask we’ve heard from our Indonesian customers is to reduce time to market for software enhancements, which is why we are committed to agile software design, constantly looking for opportunities to make improvements, and delivering software as soon as it is ready. Our continuous software delivery and deployment has completely transformed the way we deliver new Evolved Packet Core software to network operators, providing many operational and business benefits.

Want to know more about Ericsson Evolved Packet Core performance? Reach out to your sales rep today to learn more.