Jazz extends nationwide to Ericsson network optimization

In order to optimize and operate its 2G/3G and 4G network nation-wide, Jazz has signed the three-year Multivendor Network Optimisation Contract with Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC). This partnership will allow Jazz to improve the mobile experience of its customers, with Ericsson's creative expertise.

Jazz seeks to create value-added services for its increasing user base, to address the unique needs of and customers, and provide solutions adapted to their expectations. This agreement allows Jazz to concentrate even more on the core market – to give its customers creative solutions.

"As the competitive environment of the telecoms field evolves, we have to change continually to improve services for our end-users.," says Khalid Shehzad, Jazz Chief of Technology. The continued development of AI-based cognitive optimization capacity in our networks is an essential phase in our strategy, which will help us better meet the growing needs of our customers, which remain our top priority."

Ericsson will utilize subscribers' crowd-source data analytics to provide exclusive, subscriber insights that App Experience Optimization will allow users to gain a better end-user experience than anticipated.

Ericsson uses geo-location technology to evaluate live end-user experiences with the granularity of meters everywhere to help proactively act. As the modernization and consolidation are successfully completed, Jazz is delivering better network performances in Pakistan. The benefits of a fully integrated and convergent environment with a higher degree of versatility and limited time for new and up-to-date offers would favor the subscribers.

"This agreement will allow Ericsson to deliver creative solutions proactively, develop our cooperation capabilities, and meet the strategic aspirations of jazz," says Ekow Nelson, vice president of the Middle East and Africa, Ericsson. Now, by using the best cognitive technology as the basis for a joint journey, we deepen our collaboration and pave the way for 5G."

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