Ericsson selected as key supplier of fixed broadband access by Telia Denmark

Press release
Mar 19, 2002 13:00 (GMT +00:00)
According to a three year frame agreement, the multi-service network contract covers delivery of ENGINE Access Ramp with PSTN and ADSL, modems and extensions to Telia Denmark's existing ENGINE network. Services in form of turnkey implementation and support are also included.
The broadband access solution will enable Telia Denmark to offer end-users both capacity services and more refined services.

"We have chosen a supplier that has a very advanced integrated telephony/broadband solution and a highly credible supply structure," said Sören Stövring-Hallsson, Managing Director at Telia Networks in Denmark. "Ericsson's end-to-end multi-service network solution makes us a very complete operator in the Danish telecom market and will help us reach our ambitious goals."

"We are very proud to have obtained this win from a key Danish operator," said Karl Thedeen, Key Account Director for Telia Networks at Ericsson Nordic & Baltics. "The contract is yet another and important confirmation of Ericsson's leadership in the multi-service networks market and it underlines our competitiveness on end-to-end broadband access solutions."
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