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Swedish enterprise Ericsson expands its LTE deployments


Swedish enterprise Ericsson expands its LTE deployments
One months ago Ericsson have reached a substantial benchmark by signing its one-hundredth’s Evolved Packet Core (EPC) contract.
The EPC is the basic network for an LTE radio platforms, using all-in-IP packet switching for voice signaling processing and data management. In accordance with the survey by GSA (the Global mobile Suppliers Association), company’s EPC is the fundamental architecture for fifty eight (some 40 percent) of the whole array of 144 LTE networks that have been deployed globally. Users’ expectations for mobile data demonstrate exponential growth. The GSA states that 209 LTE networks will be deployed in seventy five countries by the end of current year. Ericsson takes all the opportunities to strengthen its leadership position in EPC industry. "We deployed the global pioneering LTE network for Swedish enterprise TeliaSonera since 2009, and we've fostered our leading positions in this sector by delivering new powerful products. Also, we can ensure a software-embedded migration algorithm to EPC for our already evolved Packet Core clients," stated Jan Haglund, CEO at Ericsson. "We are quite sure that we have the most powerful LTE/EPC asset within the market." Ericsson's EPC package is an element of a full-fledged, end-to-end lineup that contains radio access packets, voice-over-LTE services, as well as numerous and disparate professional services of. The enterprise’s multi-media EPC also supports Wi-Fi, therefore making network operators to address efficiently users' ever expanding demand for smooth, rapid connectivity and all-kinds of broadband services. "The advent of LTE has ensured the situation, when operators have reshuffled their preferences of Packet Core vendors, thus bringing up some kind of entry point also for our rivalries," explains EPC Product Manager Lars Frid. "Our brand new high capacity Ericsson SSR 8000 series of routers, supported by the notorious Ericsson Blade System have consolidated our leading positions with existing and future clients." Augmenting the existing assets, two new SSR 8000 series, Ericsson Service-Aware Support Node along with Ericsson Wi-Fi Gateway, appeared on market since the middle of February, as well as were showcases at last Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Specific proprietary company’ Service-Aware Support Node might be deployed to control disparate kinds of traffic in sake of optimal resourcing and improved customer experience.


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