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Public safety mobile broadband

2014-02-28 Categories: White Papers, Technology
Public safety mobile broadband

Despite the global growth in broadband, it is not yet widely used in the public safety sector. Work is currently ongoing to identify the best way forward. On the technical side, the standardized LTE technology has been widely accepted as a suitable base for public safety broadband communication due to excellent technical characteristics such as high data rates and well-planned features for prioritization and control of Quality of Service.

Guiding principles for security in a networked society

2014-02-21 Categories: White Papers, Technology
Guiding principles for security in a Networked Society

To fulfill the potential of the Networked Society, billions of people must be able to trust that communication networks are reliable and that the information carried over them is secure.

Spectrum sharing – fast-track capacity with Licensed Shared Access

2013-10-29 Categories: White Papers, Technology
Spectrum sharing – fast-track capacity with Licensed Shared Access

Spectrum is fundamental to the success of mobile wireless communications. In recent years, it has been difficult to add new spectrum due to incumbent or legacy use. Shared spectrum opens opportunities to unlock additional, currently underutilized, spectrum for mobile broadband, in situations when incumbent or co-primary use does not diminish the value of that spectrum to the mobile operator. This is important because clearing this underused spectrum for exclusive use by the mobile industry would not be possible within reasonable time frames.

4th Generation IP – leading performance drives growth

2013-10-14 Categories: White Papers, Technology
4th Generation IP – leading performance drives growth

The new era of 4G IP networking is founded on the creation of a network with the scale and scope required to satisfy the demands of an increasingly connected world. As we get closer to the Networked Society, operators face three fundamental challenges: rising subscriber expectations, a fast-evolving commercial landscape, and exponential growth in data traffic.

5G radio access - research and vision

2013-06-25 Categories: White Papers, Technology
5G radio access - research and vision

5G will enable the long-term Networked Society and realize the vision of unlimited access to information for anyone and anything.

IPv6 - meeting the challenge of connecting everyone and everything

2013-02-22 Categories: White Papers, Technology
IPv6 - meeting the challenge of connecting everyone and everything

IPv6 is a reality. Network technologies, services and support systems are ready for it, with IPv6 device support widely available and operators already deploying IPv6 in their networks.

LTE Release 12 - taking another step toward the Networked Society

2013-01-16 Categories: White Papers, Technology
LTE Release 12 - taking another step toward the Networked Society

The evolution of LTE is key to the realization of Ericsson’s vision of a Networked Society. This vision means that, in the future, anything that benefits from being connected will be connected – from parking meters and house alarms to cars and trash cans.

OSS/BSS explained: It used to be simple, now a massive transformation is required

2012-10-29 Categories: White Papers
Ericsson
Customer experience is the foremost reason why operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS) have become a key area of investment for any communications services provider.

More than 50 billion connected devices

2011-02-14 Categories: White Papers, Technology
More than 50 billion connected devices – taking connected devices to mass market and profitability

In the vision of more than 50 billion connected devices, everything that can benefit from a connection will be connected. People are already online, connected and interacting. The next step is to get things and places online and interacting. And we are moving fast in that direction. The vision of more than 50 billion connected devices by 2020 may seem ambitious today, but with the right approach, it is within reach.