Electronics Production | February 24, 2005
Ericsson sign CDMA contract in India
Ericsson and Shyam Telecom have signed a contract to deploy Ericsson's total CDMA2000 1X wireless infrastructure solution in the Rajasthan circle.
Ericsson has been selected by Shyam Telecom to provide cdmaOne network throughout Rajasthan. "The growth potential in India is tremendous and Ericsson is very pleased to be a key supplier in this rapidly expanding market. We are honored to strengthen our partnership with Shyam Telecom by providing CDMA2000 activities, which shall bring advanced wireless services to customers in Rajasthan," said Mats Granryd, president of Ericsson Mobile Systems CDMA. This contract includes Ericsson's total CDMA2000 solution for core and radio network equipment and a full portfolio of services including training, network rollout and technical support. "It is important to us that we work with a trusted, local partner, such as Ericsson, who can successfully support all of our network needs," said Rajiv Mehrotra, Chairman of Shyam Telecom. Ericsson's total CDMA2000 portfolio is built upon Ericsson's global 3G platform for switching, radio access, IP, services and applications.