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Ericsson's charging and billing solutions serve 2bn subscriptions worldwide

India Infoline News Service  | October 26, 2012 09:49 IST

The 2bn figure is aggregated from subscriptions of Ericssons charging systems, BSCS, CBiO (Charging and Billing in One) and charging solutions from the acquired Telcordia.

Ericsson surpasses the 2bn mark in the number of worldwide subscriptions served by its charging and billing solutions

Represents 31-% market share of global subscriptions, according to industry sources

Number aggregated from subscriptions of Ericssons Convergent Charging and Billing solutions around the world

Highlighting the companys strong position and achieving a significant industry milestone, Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has surpassed the 2bn mark in the number of worldwide subscriptions served by its charging and billing solutions, which according to the World Cellular Information Service (WCIS) database is equivalent to a 31 % market share of global subscriptions.

The 2bn figure is aggregated from subscriptions of Ericssons charging systems, BSCS, CBiO (Charging and Billing in One) and charging solutions from the acquired Telcordia. These solutions comprise a mix of converged, prepaid and postpaid deployments around the world.

Per Borgklint, Head of Ericssons Business Unit Support Solutions, says: Twobn subscriptions served by Ericssons charging and billing solutions is a tremendous milestone that further reinforces our No. 1 market-leadership position in telecom operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS). Reaching this milestone also reflects the success of our operator customers, and we look forward to supporting them with innovative convergent solutions that drive greater operational efficiency and deliver an optimal user experience.

Ericsson charging and billing solutions allow communication service providers to handle all customers, partners and services in a streamlined, convergent process, covering prepaid and postpaid, voice and data, fixed and mobile, retail and wholesale in real-time. Traditional telecom services such as SMS, MMS, voice and broadband including bundled quadruple play offerings are all supported. Ericsson also supports new machine-to-machine offerings and advanced subscriber and partner management capabilities, which creates vast opportunities for operators to innovate.

Larry Goldman, Partner, Head of Telecoms Software Research, Analysys Mason, says: Ericsson is well recognized for expanding its portfolio with the addition of Telcordia and ConceptWave, which sets them on track toward the position of being the No. 1 operations and business support systems provider. The company is well positioned with the right mix of OSS/BSS assurance, fulfillment and billing products and corresponding support, consulting and systems integration services to further expand on its No. 1 market-share ranking.

 

 
 
 
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