Ericsson Opens Romania Center

Ericsson sets up new Global Service Delivery Center in Romania

May 29, 2007

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STOCKHOLM -- Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) is announcing today a new Global Service Delivery Center to be opened in Bucharest, Romania, in July 2007. The new center will initially employ about 200 people and will serve regional and global customers.

Ericsson's Global Services business is growing, leading to the establishment of the new Global Service Delivery Center (GSDC) in Bucharest. The services business depends on people and the business growth is increasing the need for resources.

Initially, the center will employ 200 engineers, most of whom will be young Romanian engineers. Romania provides high-quality education, with a large number of universities and graduates assisting the recruitment of engineers.

Hans Vestberg, Executive Vice President and Head of Ericsson's Business Unit Global Services, says: "The opening of the new GSDC in Romania further proves Ericsson's ambition to grow and develop the services area, as well as our delivery capabilities.

"We use our global structure, which includes local capabilities and expertise. This, in combination with our global tools, methods and processes, enables us to offer our customers cost-efficient support, development and delivery, which is an important competitive advantage."

Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC)

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