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MTS selects Ericsson to prepare network for 5G and IoT
The two companies will roll out 5G demo zones during FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Telstra, Ericsson and Ciena deliver transatlantic encryption
Encrypted data was successfully transmitted between Los Angeles and Melbourne at 100 Gbps.
Equinix inks deal with Ericsson to ramp up video content delivery
Currently, Equinix operates more than 180 data centers across five continents that service over 9,500 companies.
IoT moves forward in South Africa with first ever Cat-M1 test
South Africa’s Internet of Things (IOT) aspirations have taken another step forward after Ericsson and Qualcomm successfully completed a lab trial.
3 new small cell solutions launched by Ericsson to expand market
The new models have been designed to help expand the market & meet the growing demand for better mobile coverage and capacity in light of 5G and IoT.
Gigabit network launched in China to offer unprecedented speeds
China Unicom with Ericsson have launched a Gigabit LTE network that allows subscribers to experience high-speed mobile broadband data.
Ericsson seals deal with Chungwa Telecom for NB-IoT technology
“NB-IoT technology is one of our primary focuses in 2017, and we are keen to explore more opportunities based on the new technology.”
Ericsson makes digital transformation a reality for Vietnam telco
Ericsson and Vietnamese telecom operator VNPT are working together to provide an online charging system that will support 40 million subscribers.
Ericsson eyes the future with launch of network services for ‘massive IoT’
“We anticipate IoT devices will surpass mobile phones as the largest category of connected devices as early as 2018."
China Telecom and Ericsson cash in on IoT space through new open platform
In one more step towards China's 'One Belt One Road' strategy, China Telecom and Ericsson have officially launched their open IoT platform this week.
GSMA: Here are the winners from the 2017 Asia Mobile Awards
China Mobile chairman Shang Bing & CEO Li Yue presented the award for “Outstanding Contribution to the Asian Mobile Industry” at a separate ceremony.
Soaring mobile data usage in A/NZ an opportunity for businesses
Ericsson has released a report that reveals the highest mobile data growth since 2013 with year-over-year growth of 70 percent - and it's to continue.
Ericsson appoints new market head for Oceania, South East Asia & India
Ericsson recently declared it was making some substantial changes to its business strategy, structure and executive team.
Ericsson expands portfolio to bring 5G into the arena
Ericsson claim their new 5G platform is the first solution to market to enable today’s networks a smooth evolution to the next generation.
Spark & Ericsson partner up to deliver Kiwis a fully digital voice network
“Ericsson helped us deliver New Zealand’s very first analogue mobile network in the 1980s, and we’re pleased to be working with them again."
World’s first Gigabit LTE device launching in Australlia
A huge announcement in Sydney today from NETGEAR, Qualcomm, Telstra and Ericsson kicked off the world’s first Gigabit LTE device.
Ericsson & Nokia aim to reach beyond their CSP customer base
Wanting to expand into new markets isn’t something new for either Ericsson or Nokia.
Telstra's latest network tests inch closer towards gigabit speeds
"The pairing of higher data speeds on the downlink and the uplink is a key milestone in the ongoing delivery of the ultimate data experience."
Video streaming issues high on consumer dissatisfaction list, mobility report finds
“Consumers have devised their own mental index to judge connectivity; time to content on video apps, sessions without interruptions..."
Ericsson faces a rocky road - will its premium brand survive?
It is a trying time for the Swedish vendor, which is also being investigated for corruption in Asia.
MEF16 LSO Hackathon revisited
"This is exactly the type of collaboration we need to drive the industry forward."
Vendors advised to 'prepare' for subdued TIS market
“Slowdown in China has been widely anticipated and is now at the industry’s doorstep, posing significant growth challenges to the vendor community."
The world of wearables: Users want panic buttons and location trackers
The most desired wearables right now are the Panic/SOS button, smart watch and the location tracker, an Ericsson ConsumerLab report says.
Ericsson Mobility Report: APAC findings predict massive mobile growth
Ericsson Mobility Report shows Australia has the strongest performance, lowest latency & highest cell edge downlink speed, New Zealand close behind.