Ericsson Nikola Tesla contracts LTE delivery with Armenian operator

Ericsson Nikola Tesla and Armenian operator Ucom signed a frame contract for 4G/LTE network roll-out throughout Armenia, including the capital city of Yerevan, Ericsson Nikola Tesla said in a press release on Wednesday.

The agreement includes radio and core equipment as well as related services. The agreement also covers Ericsson Expert Analytics, a software suite which enables operators to predict customer satisfaction and automatically take closed-loop actions to improve it, the press release said.

With these product solutions, Ucom's network will meet growing end-user expectations. The value of the first phase of the contract exceeds HRK 41 million.

"We are extremely satisfied because Ucom recognised our company for the realisation of this strategic project. With the development of the network, based on the state-of-the-art Ericsson telecommunication platform, Ucom is able to offer its users the mobile data services of the highest quality in the Armenian market. This contract also represents a significant step forward in the business operation on our company in Armenia", said Gordana Kovacevic, president of Ericsson Nikola Tesla.

Last update: Wed, 16/03/2016 - 12:19

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