Ericsson releases new SSR 8010 router with multi-dimensional scalability

May 9, 2012

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STOCKHOLM -- Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) today announces the launch of its SSR 8010 Smart Services Router (SSR), the latest addition to the SSR 8000 family and a key component of its portfolio of 4th-generation IP networking solutions launched in 2011. The portfolio is ideal for mobile and fixed IP backhaul that can aggregate 2G, 3G, 4G and fixed access traffic.

The 10-slot SSR 8010 complements the 20-slot SSR 8020, enabling operators to deploy the SSR family in different parts of the network: IP Edge and aggregation. The SSR 8010 consumes only 3.3 watts per gigabit of traffic throughput and is best suited for applications where 10 available slots will be optimal to meet current capacity and upcoming growth - for example in metro networks. Capacity planning will drive the decision and a customer can deploy both 8010 and 8020 nodes in the same network. The SSR 8010's smaller footprint provides additional flexibility for operators to deploy networks with distributed architectures.

Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC)

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