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Ericsson: Ericsson and Orange in Internet of Things trial with EC-GSM-IoT

* Ericsson, Orange and Intel have successfully conducted one of the world's
first extended coverage trial for Internet of Things (IoT) using EC-GSM-IoT
(Extended Coverage-GSM-IoT)
* Trial demonstrates improved indoor coverage and shows that investments can
be optimized through new software deployment on top of existing cellular
* EC-GSM-IoT will be shown during MWC 2016 on the Ericsson booth as part of
its smart agriculture and connected vineyards use case demo

EC-GSM-IoT (formerly EC-EGPRS) is a new technology that enables new
capabilities of existing cellular networks for LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) IoT
applications. EC-GSM-IoT can be activated through new software deployed over
a very large GSM footprint, adding even more coverage to serve IoT devices.

Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC), Orange and Intel have completed one of the first live
trials of EC-GSM-IoT technology for Internet of Things optimized for,
low-cost, low-complexity devices and enhanced network capabilities for
cellular IoT. This groundbreaking EC-GSM-IoT trial was conducted in Paris
from November 2015 to February 2016, using the 900 MHz band. Coverage
extension of 20 dB beyond GSM coverage was reached, showing a seven-fold
improvement in the range of low-rate applications. It also showed the ability
to reach challenging locations such as deep indoor basements, where many
smart meters are installed, or remote areas in which sensors are deployed for
agriculture or infrastructure monitoring use cases. The live trial
demonstrated excellent performances and proved the full coexistence of such
devices with legacy mobile devices.

Alain Maloberti, SVP of Orange Labs Networks, says: "The results of this trial
represent a significant step forward for the industry. It demonstrates the
viability and cost effectiveness of the technology, and paves the way for us
to help the IoT ecosystem develop."

Arun Bansal, Head of Business Unit Radio, Ericsson says: "Our cellular LPWA
solution allows operators to optimize their existing infrastructure with new
software deployment. We are pleased with the results reached during the
trial. EC-GSM-IoT is a promising technology offering new opportunities for
massive IoT based on 3GPP standard evolutions."

Asha Keddy, Vice President and General Manager of Intel's Next Generation and
Standards Group Intel, says: "Improved indoor coverage is key when it comes
to IoT, so we are very pleased with the results achieved during the trial. We
are in a position to help our customers meet their IoT solution

Cellular networks optimized for IoT will be operational in 2017.

EC-GSM-IoT will be demonstrated during MWC in Ericsson's hall with the
connected vineyards use case, combining air humidity and temperature low
complexity sensors with long battery life.


Ericsson at Mobile World Congress 2016

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unique industry insights, the latest innovation and inspirational discussions
that enable powerful new business opportunities.

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person and every industry to reach their full potential. Opportunity is
everywhere, and companies are transforming according to the role they have
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Join us in our Hall (Hall 2, Stand 2N60) to learn about 5G, the Internet of
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Ericsson and Orange in Internet of Things trial


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