Electronics Production | March 28, 2006
Ericsson receives Austrian order
Ericsson EDA technology has been selected by Liwest Kabelmedien GmbH, a leading regional cable operator in Austria. The deployment allows Liwest to offer an enhanced broadband platform with high-speed connections to its customers.
Hubert Riedl, Vice President, Telecommunication Services, Liwest, says: "The unique scalability of Ericsson's EDA solution lets us offer superior performance and high capacities to our customers in a cost-efficient way, while investing in an infrastructure that is prepared for the needs of tomorrow." Peter Zehetner, President, Ericsson Austria, says: "We are pleased that our EDA solution enables Liwest to enhance its services and offer advanced services to its customers. As a long-term oriented partner, we are fully committed to supporting Liwest as it expands its services further to meet growing customer demand." Using unbundled telephone lines, Ericsson's ADSL2+ technology enables high-speed connections of up to 24Mbps. This lets operators reach new subscribers quickly and cost-efficiently with enhanced service performance. Ericsson's industry-leading EDA solution supports services that demand high bandwidth, with advanced quality-assurance mechanisms for demanding video applications. The most scalable IP-DSLAM solution on the market, Ericsson EDA lets operators develop their businesses beyond basic IP connectivity, ensuring the ability to offer triple play services to home and office environments in a way that is cost efficient and future proof. Ericsson EDA is the most widely deployed IP-DSLAM solution globally, with more than 90 networks deployed worldwide.