Ericsson delivers turnkey infrastructure for ISP surfEU

Ericsson delivers turnkey infrastructure for ISP surfEU Ericsson has designed, installed and integrated the Austrian presence of new global Internet service provider, surfEU. Austrian-based surfEU chose Ericsson for its ability to provide a turnkey solution for Internet Service Providers and ensure rapid project realization. From start to finish, Ericsson delivered the solution in just two weeks, securing surfEU's plans to expand their Internet services to Germany, Switzerland, Spain and Italy this year. Key to the rapid design and deployment was Ericsson's Multi-Service Access Platform Tigris - a multi-service data solution with built-in efficiencies and cost savings for network providers. It also offers fast, easy dial-in for end users using virtually any type of terminal equipment. "Ericsson's state-of-the art products and solutions will provide surfEU with almost endless possibilities of growth for the future," says Anat Bar-Gera, Managing Director of surfEU. surfEU's IP-based global solution relies on Ericsson's robust Multi-Service Access platform, the Tigris AXC family. Advanced features of the AXC family allow service providers to make resources available "on the fly" - whenever they are needed - for each call in a simple, yet intelligent manner. With this solution, it is no longer necessary to configure network interfaces in advance or to determine the network design for specific applications. Thus, surfEU can efficiently utilize its ports, and also save costs due to intelligent resource management. TM TM Ericsson's 11-slot Tigris AXC family offers the industry's highest subscriber density and modular scalability. It provides - on one single, integrated platform - full carrier-class attributes that enables surfEU to deliver a large variety of applications, such as Dedicated Access (direct Internet access) or Remote Access (mobile Internet access), for both wireless and wireline users. This makes it possible to efficiently integrate dial-up lines (ISDN, Modem, GSM, etc.), dedicated lines or ATM data streams into one single chassis and to transport them into the surfEU network and/or the Internet backbone network. The establishment of additional Internet points of presence (POPs) is therefore easier and faster for surfEU. Ericsson is the leading provider in the new telecoms world, with communications solutions that combine telecom and datacom technologies with freedom of mobility for the user. With more than 100,000 employees in 140 countries, Ericsson simplifies communications for its customers - network operators, service providers, enterprises and consumers - the world over. Please visit Ericsson's Press Room at: http://www.ericsson.se/pressroom FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT Antoinette Torell, Ericsson Corporate Communications Phone: +46 70 519 3699; E-mail: antoinette.torell@lme.ericsson.se Gerhard Gindl, Director Marketing Communications Ericsson Austria Phone: +43 1 81100 4046, E-mail: gerhard.gindl@sea.ericsson.se ------------------------------------------------------------ Please visit http://www.bit.se for further information The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/1999/09/17/19990917BIT00370/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/1999/09/17/19990917BIT00370/bit0002.pdf

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