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Ericsson powers China Mobile's LTE TDD rollout

Thursday 6 August 2015 | 12:41 CET | News
Ericsson will support China Mobile in its deployment of TD-LTE networks. Back in July, China Mobile signed framework agreements with Ericsson and a number of equipment suppliers. Ericsson has been selected to be part of the radio network equipment procurement for China Mobile's 4G network Phase-3 project. As part of the Phase-3 project, Ericsson also signed radio network procurement agreements with China Mobile's 15 provincial companies. In accordance with the framework agreement, Ericsson will support China Mobile in its deployment of TD-LTE networks in 14 provinces and Chongqing

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Companies: China Mobile
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