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Ericsson solution for Hutchison

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BANGALORE: Ericsson has been selected by Hutchison Group in India as sole supplier for an end-to-end MMS solution and GPRS infrastructure for all mobile networks it operates in India.

Ericsson will supply GPRS infrastructure and integration services to upgrade Hutchison's four existing GSM mobile networks in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Gujarat. Ericsson's GPRS system makes it possible for Hutchison to offer users an always-on connectivity and higher bandwidth for data packet transfer.

MMS takes advantage of these two features, enhancing personal connectivity and productivity through more immediate exchange of rich content. With Ericsson's GPRS and MMS solutions, Hutchison is also taking an important step forward in the evolution of 3G mobile networks, says an Ericsson press release.

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