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Ericsson to provide HD solutions to DTH player DishTv

Ericsson to provide HD solutions to DTH player DishTv

It has been informed that Ericsson has agreed to provide its HD (high definition) system to leading DTH player Dish Tv. These HD solutions will allow the DTH player to improve its satellite bandwidth efficiency.

Now the operator can increase its channel capacity as well. The Dish Tv subscribers will have the option to choose from huge number of channels.

More choice to its subscribers in HD and SD will undoubtedly help to enhance the customer satisfaction. Moreover, the bandwidth efficiency will provide better picture quality as well.

Ericsson leads the race for Bharti’s $2-bn network up gradation order

Bharti AirtelSwedish telecom equipment maker Ericssion has emerged as the one of the leading contender for the $2 billion contract to increase the telecom major Bharti Airtel’s capacity in the 15 circles.

Ericsson Emerges as Leading Suitor for Airtel's $2 Billion Network Upgradation Project

Ericsson Emerges as Leading Suitor for Airtel's $2 Billion Network Upgradation ProjectReports and sources have speculated that Ericsson, the giant Swedish manufacturer of telecom equipment, has managed to emerge as the leading suitor to win Bharti Airtel's $2 Billion contract to increase the capacity of the telecom operator in 15 new circles.

Ericsson's Third Quarter Net Profit Drops by 71%

Ericsson's Third Quarter Net Profit Drops by 71%

One of the world's largest network gadgets maker, Ericsson released its third-quarterly report and the results are not too good.

As reported on Thursday in a report for three months till September 30, the company's net profit fell sharply by 71%, in addition to sales dropping by 6%. The actual figures have been contrary to analysts' estimates which reported a profit.

Ericsson Signs Hosting Agreement With India-Based, Aircel

Ericsson, one of the world's leading technology providers, has announced its first contract for delivery of its hosted consumer push e-mail service to Aircel, a leading Indian mobile operator.

Aircel, part of the Maxis Communications group, is India's fifth largest GSM mobile service provider with a subscriber base of more than 9.5 million.

Under the terms of the three-year managed services hosting agreement, Ericsson will have end-to-end responsibility for the consumer push e-mail service, which includes systems integration and management, as well as operation and maintenance.