Mobinil launches packet core network with Ericsson

The project was completed in six weeks
Rafiah Ibrahim, head of Ericsson's Region Middle East.
Rafiah Ibrahim, head of Ericsson's Region Middle East.


Egyptian operator Mobinil has launched a packet core network based on EPC solution. The project was completed in six weeks.

Yves Gauthier, CEO of Mobinil, said: " It is our commitment to ensure that our customers benefit from the highest quality and experience, Ericsson is our partner for that in Egypt and the packet core network modernization is an important milestone in providing the best customer’s experience”

Yasser Shaker, Mobinil CTO, added: “This latest upgrade of our packet core network is an anticipatory move in light of our expanding customer base and its long-term sustainability. Our continuous investment in our infrastructure is a testament to our continued commitment to our customers. We aim to provide them with the highest-quality services at high speeds throughout Egypt, and that’s why we’ve chosen Ericsson to be our partner.”

Rafiah Ibrahim, president, Ericsson region Middle East and North East Africa, commented: “By transforming Mobinil’s packet core technology, we are spurring an increasingly Networked Society in Egypt. We believe this will enable Mobinil to provide their customers with improved network speeds and delivery of service. Our continued partnership with Mobinil has allowed the operator to evolve its network and continue to provide users with innovative products and services of superior quality

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