Ericsson to deliver $18.3 million converged telecom networks to Iran
Ericsson Enterprise has been chosen as a supplier of equipment and solutions to Shiraz Electronic Industries (SEI) in Iran. Ericsson will provide converged solutions for voice and data to enterprises in Iran worth $18.3 million.
The scope of the agreement is deliveries of equipment for over 100,000 users of voice and data services over an ATM backbone. Solutions are built on a converged platform consisting of Ericsson products such as the MD110 communications platform and the AXD data networking family.
To support SEI in this nationwide project, Ericsson Enterprise will be working together with its partner Communication Performer Group (CPG) in Turkey, when it comes to training and servicing.
Ericsson provides solutions covering everything from systems and applications to services and core technology for mobile handsets. With Sony Ericsson we also are a top supplier of complete mobile multi-media products.
Ericsson is the largest supplier of mobile systems in the world. The world’s 10 largest mobile operators are among Ericsson’s customers and some 40 percent of all mobile calls are made through Ericsson systems.
Ericsson has been active worldwide since 1876 and the company has today around 76,000 employees in more than 140 countries. The headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden. — (menareport.com)
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