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Join our 4G evolution: LTE solutions for next-generation networks

LTE is evolving. New capabilities are thriving, such as our Gigabit LTE, which offers gigabit-per-second download speeds. The result is a secure, superior user experience for next-generation mobile broadband.

Our network technology also allows operators to smoothly transition from 4G to 5G and minimize the time to market when they want to flip the switch. Ericsson Radio System Basebands and Radios are already all set for 5G NR – no ‘rip and replace’ required.

To enable an efficient migration for operators from their existing 2G/3G networks to LTE, Ericsson offers advanced mixed mode (2G/3G/LTE) solutions. Our approach is unique for the industry. It maximizes spectrum efficiency for LTE in GSM/WCDMA frequency bands, with best performance and minimal complexity.

With features that simplify and reduce the cost of building and managing next-generation networks, our LTE solutions deliver the goods. It means more capacity and better reliability for increasingly demanding applications. So, whether it’s interactive TV, mobile video blogging or advanced gaming, you can evolve with us. Join our 4G evolution now.

The need for speed

The need to evolve to Gigabit LTE, and beyond, is being driven by the growth in mobile broadband subscriber numbers and traffic volumes, the availability of more capable mobile devices, and rising user expectations.

Mobile subscriptions by technology (billion)

Key solutions

Gigabit LTE

The Ericsson Radio System, with its end-to-end portfolio hardware, software and services, will help all operators achieve superior mobile broadband performance – including Gigabit LTE – smoothly and profitably, whatever their starting point. It offers the flexibility to enable operators to try out new features in high-traffic areas, before rolling them out more widely.

Fixed Wireless Access

Up to 50% of the world’s citizens are still waiting for access to reliable broadband. For operators, fixed wireless access (FWA) provides a bridge to those potential customers.

Accelerated Network Build

With half a billion 5G subscriptions expected by 2022, operators need to optimize and upgrade their networks quickly and smoothly. Our Accelerated Network Build meets the new network rollout requirements.

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Ericsson LTE Radio Access Network

LTE offers a superior user experience for next-generation mobile broadband. LTE is also constantly evolving and is paving the way to 5G with the introduction of new capabilities. One such capability, Gigabit LTE, increases capacity and enhances the end user mobile broadband experience.

Ericsson Lean Carrier

Our commitment to lead the industry in 5G research and development will also benefit today’s smartphone users on LTE networks using our new Lean Carrier solution.

Ericsson Shared Carrier

With the continuously growing LTE capacity and coverage needs, operators want to introduce LTE in their existing GSM bands and are therefore looking for ways to maximize the spectrum efficiency.

Network capacity planning to increase bandwidth in China

As China Unicom's strategic partner, Ericsson is providing the technology behind China's first Gigabit LTE network. Ericsson’s Radio Dot System is allowing consumers and industry to take the first step towards 5G.

Turkcell Turkey: Building the future

Creating a future-proof, technology agnostic network to serve every user across Turkcell’s spectrum.

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