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Ericsson has been selected by Orange Egypt to supply the antenna for a 2600MHz Time Division Duplex (TDD) spectrum network. It says the antenna’s superior wind load, lighter weight and high port count integration will create cut Orange Egypt’s operational site expenses significantly. Meanwhile, Orange Egypt has promised much more exotic customer experiences.
The people of Egypt are becoming ever more reliant on mobile technology and communications and they now expect super-fast speeds according to Orange Egypt CTO Ayman Amiri. In these circumstances, meeting user demands has become a critical challenge. “We are confident that collaborating with Ericsson will help us achieve the network demanded,” said Amiri. This is a fast-growing mobile space and Ericsson will expedite the network rollout across the nation, Amiri said.
The antenna system is a fundamental pillar of an operator’s network infrastructure and vital in maintaining the quality of network communications, according to Mathias Johansson, Vice President and Head of Ericsson Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Luckily, Ericsson has one of the strongest antenna system portfolios in the industry, said Johannson: “We are certain our solutions will provide Orange Egypt with all the performance, capacity and coverage they need.”
A good antenna system creates a good radio access network, which underpins the effectiveness of the whole site. Advanced and high performing systems are needed to sustain the high and growing amount of traffic carried by operators every day. “Ericsson is proud to partner with Orange Egypt to provide their customers with a highly efficient system capable of not only handling today’s data but equipping the network for the future as well,” said Johannson.
With an antenna system possessing industry-leading quality and performance, Ericsson’s products are set to offer Orange Egypt an end-to-end, optimized site solution that tremendously improves network performance in the country.