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ST-Ericsson and Ericsson demonstrate the world's first dual mode high definition VoLTE



2013-02-26 03:02:31 -


Barcelona, February 26, 2013 - ST-Ericsson, a world leader in wireless platforms
and semiconductors, and Ericsson have successfully demonstratedthe world's first
dual mode high definition VoLTE connection between LTE FDD and LTE TDD (TD-LTE)
with China Mobile today at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The demonstration was conducted at China Mobile's booth using ST-Ericsson's
commercial Thor LTE multimode modem, and connected to Ericsson's commercially
verified LTE FDD/TDD converged network and mature IMS platform.

Mats H Olsson, President of Ericsson North East Asia said, "Ericsson is honored
to support China Mobile in setting up yet another milestone in the development
of TD-LTE. The technology readiness and commercial availability of the system,
platform and terminals of TD-LTE that we demonstrated here is a strong
testimonial of the maturity of a converged end-to-end TD-LTE eco-system.
Ericsson is determined to work continuously with China Mobile and operators
around the world to drive the globalization and commercialization of TD-LTE."

Mats Norin, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of ST-Ericsson
said, "ST-Ericsson is pleased to partner with China Mobile and Ericsson in
successfully demonstrating this great innovative milestone at Mobile World
Congress 2013. ST-Ericsson's Thor modem solutions and NovaThor ModAp solutions
are multimode platforms that are capable of supporting TD-LTE/LTE FDD/WCDMA/TD-
SCDMA/GSM. In addition, ST-Ericsson's modem and ModAp platforms are able to
provide complete voice solutions including VoLTE, CSFB and SRVCC. We hope to
continue our cooperation with China Mobile to promote the development of TD-
LTE."

VoLTE uses IP packet-based network for voice call, it transmits voice into data
to carry out transmission, which enables a richer telephony experience and high
definition audio in combination with low power consumption.

According to GSA (Jan 2013), 61 mobile networks have launched HD voice services
in 45 countries. And there is a strong business case for Mobile HD Voice.
Customers make more, or longer, call with HD Voice, and highly value the
service. HD Voice helps operators to clearly differentiate their offerings and
enable high quality services to voice dependent business like call centers,
informationand emergency services..

About ST-Ericsson
ST-Ericsson is a world leader in developing and delivering a complete portfolio
of innovative mobile platforms and cutting-edge wireless semiconductor solutions
across the broad spectrum of mobile technologies.. ST-Ericsson was established
as a 50/50 joint venture by STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) and Ericsson
(NASDAQ:ERIC) in February 2009, with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
www.stericsson.com
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Media Relations
Maggie Huo, China Media Relations
Phone: +86 10 5797 9182
Email: yujia.huo@stericsson.com

Investor Relations
Phone: +41 22 929 6973
Email: investor.relations@stericsson.com



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