Our widely deployed Evolved Packet Core solutions provide the capacity, functionality and superior performance needed for next-generation broadband.
A cost-effective and reliable Evolved Packet Core solution is key not only to delivering services with the quality users expect, but also to providing the ease-of-use and transparent charging that drives uptake.
All of our Evolved Packet Core solutions are designed to provide reliability and scalability, giving operators the flexibility needed to meet growing demand for mobile broadband services and expand into new markets.
The complete Evolved Packet Core portfolio provides a solid foundation for delivering mobile data services with telecom quality. The solutions are not only optimized to handle the dramatic uptake of mobile broadband but to secure a smooth evolution to all-IP networks.
A key component is the Aware Networking feature, which makes it possible to secure the quality of premium services and charge for them in a flexible way. Virtually all types of traffic can be identified by means of advanced deep-packet inspection and heuristic analysis (similar to pattern recognition).
The Evolved Packet Core offering includes:
Ericsson is actively contributing to standardization work in the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), particularly for the specification of the Evolved Packet Core – a flat IP-based network architecture that simplifies network operation, reduces latency and improves scalability.
More than 300 operators in 140 countries rely on Ericsson's Packet Core solutions to generate revenue from new and compelling multimedia services.
The Evolved IP Network solution ensures data traffic is carried in a reliable and predictable way between the Packet Core nodes. Complemented by the Service Aware Charging and Control solution, sufficient bandwidth is allocated to premium services and charged for according to different parameters. This ensures the requirements of different services, as well as the expectations of subscribers are fulfilled, leading to greater satisfaction and loyalty and the possibility to attract new users.
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Ericsson's Service-Aware Policy Controller (SAPC) allow increasing revenue through personalized services, while optimizing the utilization of network resources.
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Bouygues Telecom chose to change its nodes in favor of Ericsson SGSN-MME with multi-access technology. Optimization and control of smartphone signaling was introduced as part of the solution, resulting in a 98 percent reduction in paging.
Watch the Bouygues Telecom testimonial video.
A success story highlighting SoftBank Mobile’s use of Ericsson’s EPC solution including SGSN-MME Smart and Adaptive Paging functionality to optimize signaling by 70% in RAN and EPC.
Watch the SoftBank testimonial video.
Read this case story.
Together with SoftBank we have demonstrated the innovative Mobility-based Policy functionality to improve user experience and secure efficient radio and core network performance.
Telstra is providing unmatched performance across Australia with LTE 1800 MHz radio network and multi-access Evolved Packet Core. Holding the dominant market position means never standing still.
Watch the Telstra testimonial video.Read this case story.
Ericsson Wi-Fi Calling
Ericsson Service-Aware Charging and Control (SACC)
Ericsson Virtual Evolved Packet Core
SoftBank Success story - Mapping success (web version)
Telstra Success story - Superior performance (web version)
Rogers LTE/EPC Success story (web version)
High Availability is more than five nines
White paper, Traffic inspection for visibility, control and new business opportunities