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Smart Optimization
Ericsson
SoftBank Mobile wanted to secure high-performance mobile broadband services following the rapid traffic shift to LTE, prepare for VoLTE and manage signaling increase in the most highly populated metropolitan areas in the world.
Service Agility for a Connected World
Ericsson
CenturyLink wanted to accelerate design and delivery of IP-based enterprise services, drive all processes from a central catalog for improved service agility and position CenturyLink for SDN/NFV with an open, standards-based solution.
Premium Brand
Ericsson
Due to doubled data traffic demand, Telstra wanted a solution that can meet insatiable high-speed mobile broadband demand and secure a smooth network migration while re-farming spectrum.
OTE - Achieving Customer Experience and SLA Excellence for Enterprise Customers with Service Management
Ericsson
OTE sought to implement new practices to achieve even more reliable,high quality service and to ensure a consistently outstanding customer experience.
Automation in Mining
Ericsson
Aitik's current annual production of 36 million metric tons of ore is to be increased to 45 million metric tons, and the rock removed will increase by just as much, if not more. However, given that a mine is a busy place, it is not a straightforward task to increase the number of huge machines required for rock removal, and maintaining the same equipment utilization only adds to the challenge. In addition, every blast creates toxic gases that need to dissipate before humans can enter the area and begin excavation. 
Ericsson's Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) Platform
Ericsson
Future Vehicle Technology Manager at the Victorian Department of Transport (formerly VicRoads), explains that “human error is a significant contributor to road crashes”, meaning momentary lapses of concentration or judgment are far more likely to cause accidents than overtly dangerous driving.

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