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Ericsson: LTE to Account for 10% of All Mobile Subscriptions in Latin America By 2018

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According to the new Ericsson Mobility Report, LTE will account for some 10 percent (approximately 90 million) of all mobile subscriptions in Latin America by 2018. Company says that 14 million new mobile subscriptions were recorded in Q3 for a total of 676 million and estimates that another 230 million mobile subscriptions will be added by 2018.

Vivo Selects Ericsson as LTE Network Supplier in Brazil

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Vivo, a subsidiary of Telefônica, has selected Ericsson to supply and implement a 4G LTE network in the North and Mid-Western regions of Brazil, as well as the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Bahia and Sergipe.

Ericsson Demonstrates Enhanced Voice Fallback for TD-LTE

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Ericsson and Qualcomm have demonstrated Release 9 Circuit Switched Fall Back (CSFB) from LTE TDD (TD-LTE) to GSM, live, using a standard Ericsson radio base station RBS 6000 and an LTE multimode chipset from Qualcomm. With this achievement, both LTE FDD and LTE TDD modes, using un-paired spectrum, could also make use of the broad GSM coverage.

SK Telecom Demonstrates Bidirectional LTE FDD/TDD Handover

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SK Telecom has announced two-way handover that supports both FDD LTE and TDD LTE in one device. Operator, together with Ericsson and Altair Semiconductor, demonstrated handover in between two different duplex modes of the LTE technology standard in a moving vehicle environment.

Ericsson Supports SingTel's Commercial LTE Launch

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Ericsson has announced that it partnered with SingTel for operator's commercial launch of 4G LTE services in Singapore. According to company, it played an important role in transforming SingTel's current 2G/3G network into a multi-standard network with 4G/LTE capability

SmarTone makes Ericsson its sole 4G LTE vendor in Hong Kong

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Sep 11, 2012 - In a densely built-up city such as Hong Kong, an advanced mobile broadband network is required to deliver high-speed data services and an optimal user experience for subscribers. With this in mind, SmarTone, Hong Kong's leading mobile operator, has just announced the activation of its 4G LTE service.

LG U+ Unveils Voice over LTE Services with Ericsson

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South Korean operator LG U+ has introduced voice over LTE (VoLTE) services to its customers in partnership with Ericsson's subsidiary LG-Ericsson. With commercial VoLTE (GSMA IR.92) services, the operator can also offer enhanced telecom grade services such as HD voice, video calling, chat and presence.

Tech Talk: LTE-Advanced

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Mikael Höök from Ericsson Research discusses the release of LTEi-Advanced (LTE release 10). In this film Mikael looks at the key technology areas surrounding the release and how to introduce it into networks.

Telekom Austria Selects Ericsson for Radio Network Upgrade and LTE

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Telekom Austria Group has picked Ericsson for its multi-standard radio network upgarde and to supply LTE infrastructure. Ericsson will upgrade the 2G and 3G mobile networks and also provide the LTE technology for Telekom Austria Group's subsidiaries A1 in Austria and Vipnet in Croatia. Rollout has already started.

Ericsson to Supply WCDMA, LTE Infrastructure to Polkomtel and Aero 2

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Poland's operators Polkomtel and Aero2 have selected Ericsson to supply WCDMA and LTE infrastructure for their network. Under the agreement, Ericsson will also provide a range of services including design, deployment, integration and support for the upgraded mobile broadband network for a period of three years.

MTN Nigeria employs Ericsson's SSR 8020 to build IP network of future

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Jul 25, 2012 - Africa's biggest operator MTN Nigeria will boost its ability to serve subscribers and their growing data needs, with the deployment of Ericsson's (NASDAQ: ERIC) latest wireless packet core network technology.

China Mobile Hong Kong Selects Ericsson, ZTE to Build TD-LTE Network

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China Mobile Hong Kong (CMHK) has selected Ericsson and ZTE to build the seamless converged FDD LTE and TD-LTE  network in Hong Kong. The two companies have equally share in the form of 50 percent respectively on the network construction project. CMHK is a wholly owned subsidiary of China Mobile Limited. 

Omantel Launches Commercial LTE Network

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Integrated telecom services provider, Omantel has announced the commercial launch of its 4G LTE network in the Sultanate of Oman. The LTE network launch comes after a series of trials which successfully delivered speeds of up to 100 Mbps. Company has awarded its LTE network contracts to Huawei and Ericsson end of last May.

Tech Talk: Smart Grids

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Craig Donovan, Senior Researcher at Ericsson Research, talks about Smart Grids and how LTEi has key features and many advantages to meet the communication requirements for Smart Grids. For the utilities industry, the right combination and management of communication technologies has the potential to reshape the operational and business processes of the entire industry.

Ericsson: LTE to cover half the world's population by 2017

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A new Traffic and Market Report from Ericsson says that 85 percent of the world's population will have internet coverage via 3G by 2017 and there will be close to nine billion mobile subscriptions, compared to six billion by the end of 2011. Report expects mobile data traffic to grow by 15 times between 2011 and 2017.