Ericsson Continues Partnership with MASMOVIL


Ericsson Continues Partnership with MASMOVIL

By Luke Bellos

Digital service provider Ericsson has announced it will be continuing its partnership with Spain’s MASMOVIL group, retaining the role as the company’s leading core network supplier.

As a part of this continuation, Ericsson will help reshape network infrastructure for 5G compatibility, providing customers with new products and services based around the most advanced network connections currently available on the market.

“Our growing partnership with MASMOVIL is helping them to increase their future service capacity on a massive scale.” José Antonio López Muñoz, Head of Ericsson Spain. “Their selection of the Ericsson portfolio to implement their growth and evolution plans is a great example of how our best-in-class 5G technologies can be effectively used to evolve and transform existing core networks.”

Some of Ericsson’s tech solutions that will be used for the network overall include Ericsson’s dual-mode 5G Core, Ericsson Cloud Native Infrastructure, Ericsson Cloud IMS, automated CI/CD, and Ericsson Orchestrator. With these advanced features, MASMOVIL subscribers will have access to low latency for applications and browsing, faster download speeds, higher image quality, and compatibility for cutting edge tech like virtual/augmented reality.

Meinrad Spenger, CEO MASMOVIL Group, says: “We will work with Ericsson to make MASMOVIL one of the most advanced 5G operators. We believe in innovation and virtualized and secure networks to be able to offer our customers the best services on the fastest and most modern networks in the market."

Edited by Maurice Nagle

Editor, MSPToday

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