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The agreement between Telecom Egypt and Ericsson is the basis of a long-term strategic partnership, valued to about EUR 200 million over the coming five years. It supports Telecom Egypt in the ongoing implementation of its ambitious plans to expand and modernize the National Telecommunication Infrastructure in order to meet the growing demands for communication and information services by the community.
Ericsson today announced a contract with Telecom Colombia (Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones), the largest fixed operator in Colombia, to provide an ENGINE multi-service network.
Ericsson Response™, a global initiative aimed at rapidly and effectively responding to human suffering caused by disasters, was last night honored by the GSM Association as the industry’s “best use of wireless for emergency situations” under the GSM Awards program.
Ericsson has been selected by Swiss operator sunrise as the supplier of WCDMA infrastructure for their nationwide 3G network. The multi-year agreement is for a complete radio network solution, including all needed equipment and professional services.
Ericsson and Juniper Networks provide operators with 2.5 and 3G-ready Mobile Internet infrastructure
Ericsson and Juniper Networks help mobile operators scale services with the new AXB 250 06 GGSN, the first product of the joint venture EJN Mobile IP Inc.
Ericsson is further strengthening its end-to-end 3G solutions with a new wireless transmission portfolio. For operators this will improve service quality and lower operational costs. The portfolio is optimized for mobile operators to offer new datacom services, while maintaining the high levels of reliability users have grown accustomed to when using today’s mobile telephony services.
CMG Wireless Data Solutions, Comverse, Ericsson, Logica, Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony Ericsson today announced the foundation of an Interoperability (IOP) Group for the Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), defined and approved by the Third Generation Partnership Project (“3GPP”) and the WAP Forum. The main objective of this initiative is to ensure the smooth introduction of MMS in the market. This mobile data service will offer seamless end-to-end operability between MMS handsets and servers from different vendors.