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Ericsson wins contract to upgrade Mark Twain 4G network in Missouri

Wednesday 10 March 2021 | 16:15 CET | News
Ericsson announced new contract to help US operator Mark Twain Communications Company upgrade its 4G network to be ready for 5G services. Ericsson will provide its Packet Core and Radio Access Network equipment supporting advanced Massive MIMO to replace and expand Mark Twain's coverage area across rural Missouri. As the sole provider of Mark Twain's fixed-wireless access network, the upgraded technology includes Ericsson Enterprise Core, beamforming and Multi-User MIMO radios.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ericsson
Countries: United States
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