Ericsson has announced a partnership with Eurogiro that will allow more than 60 major banking groups and postal organizations worldwide to transact across Ericsson’s M-Commerce Interconnect service.
Global education initiative uses technology to enable universal access to 21st century education, especially for girls in secondary school.
Greenpeace has given Ericsson a third-place ranking in its latest Cool IT Leaderboard evaluation of global IT players.
Telstra and Ericsson have successfully conducted the first trial of 1Tbps technology in Australia over 995km of its existing optical fiber network between Sydney and Melbourne.
A new Ericsson Review article looks at HEVC or H.265 which will reduce the need for bandwidth and expensive, limited spectrum and enable the launch of new video services and ultra HD television.
Is it relevant to consider what ‘things’ will continue to exist or is it more interesting to ask why they exist in the first place? In the Networked Society, it is possible to distribute human invented concepts digitally, rather than physically. And once they are digital, they can be enhanced or completely re-invented.