Ericsson chosen by Telstra to supply 3G network

Monday 10 January 2005 21:42 CET | News

Ericsson has been selected as the exclusive 3G/WCDMA vendor to Telstra for up to the next five years.

The estimated value of the framework agreement is more than USD 78 million (100M AUD) over the term. Ericsson will supply layered architecture core and radio access network equipment, including HSDPA and network rollout services. These contracts complement the Telstra-Hutchison 3GSM network sharing arrangement which gives Telstra access to a fully optimised, fully operational network across five capital cities from 1 July 2005, and provides a way forward to increase 3GSM coverage as demand requires. In Australia, Ericsson also supplies and delivers the integrated infrastructure for the Hutchison 3G Australia network, 3.

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