STOCKHOLM, Sweden-Both Siemens AG and L.M. Ericsson say they are introducing new products for high-growth and emerging markets. Siemens’ solution covers GSM while Ericsson’s serves the CDMA market.
Ericsson announced its 450 MHz CDMA2000 solution, which will replace existing analog NMT 450 networks and offer clear voice calls and data capabilities.
“With an increasing number of operators looking to deploy CDMA2000 in 450 MHz, this decision is proof of Ericsson’s commitment to supporting these operators with the most cost-effective 3G solution available for CDMA2000,” said Mats Granryd, president, Ericsson mobile systems CDMA.
Siemens said it will unveil its product known as SmartInspire Solution, a compact all-in-one base station for rural-driven applications, optimized switching technology and value-added services.
“The central feature of the SmartInspire Solution is that the operator can define various user classes, making it possible to offer different levels of services depending on the amount of sales with the respective user,” said Siemens.