Ericsson in small cells tests with two Brazilian operators

Monday 21 October 2013 | 12:14 CET | News
Ericsson is working with at least two Brazilian operators on small cells tests, with plans for larger deployments in 2014, reports Brazilian portal Teletime. Ericsson did not reveal with which operators it is working, but said that the tests have so far been very positive. According to the director for mobile broadband in Latin America and the Caribbean, Clayton Cruz, the tests are conducted under actual use conditions in urban and dense areas.

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