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Telia Picks Tellabs Access

Telia selects Tellabs access system to increase 3G network capacity

January 15, 2003

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HIGH WYCOMBE, U.K. -- Telia, Sweden's largest telecom and Internet service provider, has selected Tellabs to help build a third-generation (3G) mobile network that lowers its operating costs and enhances its profitability. Telia will use the Tellabs 8100 managed access system to increase network capacity quickly. In addition, the Tellabs solution will enable several new connection services over a high-capacity backbone using a powerful, real-time network management software system. "The Tellabs 8100 is the basis of our existing multi-service network, and we have been very happy with the system's performance," said Ove Alm, vice president and chief technology officer of Telia, Skanova. "We examined all the options for extending our network and Tellabs' products proved to have the highest service quality combined with the lowest lifetime cost." The Tellabs solution will provide network capacity for 3G operators in Sweden. "Tellabs continues to be an important bandwidth management partner for Telia in building its world-class, multi-service network," said Anders Gustafsson, president of Tellabs International. TeliaSonera AB Tellabs Inc.

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