Ericsson launches managed capacity solution combining managed services and infrastructure

February 16, 2005

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STOCKHOLM -- Ericsson today launched a managed capacity solution to reduce operators' total cost of ownership for networks. By combining its strengths in infrastructure and managed services, Ericsson delivers and manages network capacity when and where operators need it. As a result, operators grow their business and evolve their networks efficiently, and they are free to focus on their customers and business development. The solution, created in close cooperation with customers, is a part of Ericsson's industry-leading managed services offering.

Under a managed services agreement, Ericsson will continuously deliver telecom infrastructure and services based on operators' capacity and coverage requirements. By partnering with Ericsson, operators will reduce over- and under-capacity, and are able to buy and pay for expansion of coverage and capacity according to market demand. Ericsson can also facilitate the set-up of financial solutions to even further improve operators' cash flow.

"We are now launching the managed capacity solution to fixed and mobile operators across the world, and we see a great interest from our customers for this way of doing business." said Hans Vestberg, Executive Vice President, Business Unit Global Services, Ericsson. "It benefits both operators in high-growth markets that need efficient buildout of network coverage and capacity, as well as operators in developed markets facing technology migrations or consolidation."

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