Ericsson wins Liechtenstein network deal

Ericsson has signed an agreement with Telecom Liechtenstein to upgrade and expand their ADSL network with the new VDSL2 technology.

Ericsson will also provide support over the next three years. The deal will bring high-speed broadband to Telecom Liechtenstein subscribers across the country.

VDSL2, based on Ericsson's advanced EDA1200 product, enables Telecom Liechtenstein wide deployment of multiplay services e.g. voice, video and data as well as HDTV, IPTV, Video on Demand, high speed internet access and interactive gaming.

Network deployment and integration has already started.

The contract builds on earlier Ericsson deals that saw the introduction of ADSL across Liechtenstein.

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