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Taiwan's FarEasTone Telecommunications has become the first mobile operator to launch a commercial LTE service on the APT700 band, based on technologies provided by Ericsson.
To meet the needs of a data-hungry new generation of users in densely populated areas, dtac TriNet Co., Ltd, has assigned long-time partner Ericsson to deploy a 4G/LTE network.
Smile Communications has launched a 4G/LTE network on the 800 MHz spectrum in Ibadan and Lagos, both in Nigeria with Ericsson the primary vendor for the LTE radio network.
Ericsson successfully supported Telstra in further enhancing its LTE Advanced (LTE-A) commercial service network as the two companies successfully demonstrated 300 Mbps downlink speeds for data transfer across Telstra's live network.
China MobileGuangxi Branch and Ericsson have joined together to deploy world’s first City Site, an innovative radio site solution, which has been put into commercial use on a trial basis.
Entel has extended its strategic partnership with Ericsson to supply its 2G, 3G and end-to-end IP network for 4G/LTE.
Ericsson and STMicroelectronics announced an agreement on the way forward for the joint venture, ST-Ericsson.
Ericsson has been contracted to deliver mobile backhaul to Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa S.A. (PTC), the operator arm of the T-Mobile brand in Poland.
Ericsson has now validated that MINI-LINK products in traditional frequency bands can operate in non-line-of-sight (NLOS) conditions with high performance.
Tele2 has signed a frame agreement with Ericsson for the expansion and upgrade of its mobile backhaul network throughout Europe.