Ericsson to operate and manage Reliance Communications wireline and wireless networks across India

By December 5th, 2014 AT 1:12 PM

Reliance Communications Limited has signed a seven-year full-scope managed services agreement with Ericsson to operate and manage their wireline and wireless networks across India. Ericsson will also take over responsibility for the field maintenance, network operations and operational planning of Reliance Communications’ 2G, CDMA and 3G mobile networks.

 

 

This strategic pan-Indian deal is an expansion of the existing agreement, which enables Ericsson to deepen its partnership with Reliance Communication and extends its managed services footprint nationwide across all the 22 circles in India. This is the first pan-Indian managed services deal for Ericsson.

Also Read : Airtel Partners with Ericsson to Upgrade GSM Network in Rural-India

Ericsson will streamline Reliance Communication’s operations by bringing all aspects of fiber, mobile networks and wireline access networks to Reliance Communications’ wireless and Global Enterprise Business, across differentiated product lines. Ericsson will deliver world-class customer experience using Centralized Network Operations Center and bring in operational efficiencies and optimization using its global expertise. Ericsson will be responsible for network operations, with the goal of increasing customer satisfaction and retention. Ericsson will also work closely with Reliance Communications to identify opportunities to introduce new services and expand its existing businesses to help realize the full potential of its network. The integration is effective as of December 1, 2014.

Suresh Rangachar, Head of Commercial, Reliance Communications, said: “We are happy to announce our partnership with Ericsson to manage our wireline and wireless network on a pan-Indian basis. Given the complexity of networks and the growing performance expectations from customers, we are banking on the experience, innovation and technical expertise of Ericsson to improve the productivity of our network and ensure customer satisfaction and retention by delivering superior network performance and service quality at optimized costs.”

Reliance Communications’ infrastructure covers over 150,000 km of fiber, 2G/3G/CDMA mobile network, wireline access and enterprise network in 22 telecom circles, across India and includes 21,000 towns and 400,000 villages to which it offers converged services including voice, data and video.

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Good to see companies (Airtel and now Reliance) giving contracts to Ericsson instead of Huawei which was found bugging telecom equipments, giving worse performance and won contracts by under-quoting a lot which was backed by Chinese government.
Ericsson and NSN should be the preferred partners instead of Huawei even if it costs a bit extra for better quality and also privacy.

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