Ericsson will provide mobile coverage in the world's tallest skyscraper

28 December 2004 by axxxr
Ericsson has been selected by Chunghwa Telecom to provide indoor coverage to the world's tallest building, Taipei 101

Ericsson's in-building solutions will enable Taipei 101 visitors to enjoy
high-quality, seamless coverage, across 2G and 3G networks for both

The world's tallest building, Taipei Financial Center, also called
Taipei 101, will be inaugurated at the end of December. This new
architectural landmark not only breaks the record of height, but also
sets the standard of communications quality in skyscrapers.

At 106 floors, reaching 508 meters, the skyscraper contains one of
the world's most comprehensive in-building solution system ever
built. The system incorporates different network technologies on
different frequency bands, including GSM900, GSM1800, CDMA800,
CDMA2000 and WCDMA in a common antenna system. State-of-the-art
technology is deployed to ensure seamless coverage in the world's
fastest elevators, traveling at a speed up to 1,000 meters per

Clear vision and planning by Chunghwa Telecom right from the
beginning, intensive working with construction partners, and
Ericsson's leading in-building solutions and rich rollout experience
are all contributing to the success of the project. It is clearly
that Taipei 101 has set a new standard for communications quality in

"We are thrilled to partner with Chunghwa Telecom and to provide
Ericsson's world leading in-building solutions for the prestigious
project of Taipei 101," said Mats Bosrup, President of Ericsson
Taiwan. "We are very proud to facilitate the building with seamless
and high-quality in-building communications capabilities. Taipei 101
is a landmark for Taiwan and also a landmark for wireless in building

Ericsson provides a complete range of global leading in-building
communications solutions, with end-to-end solution design, deployment
and integration services. Ericsson has deployed more than 7,000
in-building solutions in office buildings, airports, shopping
complexes, grand theaters and high-rise buildings worldwide.

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