Why sell the product if you can sell the function instead? Today, there is a strong push toward so-called industrial product-service systems, total-care products, functional sales or functional products.
Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth M. Kanter has advised leaders of large and small organizations worldwide for more than 25 years. Her message for any business looking to succeed in a digital world is – diversify or die.
New forms of network sharing is needed in response to tougher competition and spectrum shortages. Wholesale network-sharing model could unlock added value for all parties involved.
Ericsson's Head of Strategy, Douglas Gilstrap, looks at the Traffic and Market Report at a media briefing in San Francisco, California.
Erik Ekudden, Head of Technology Strategies for Ericsson Group and based in Silicon Valley, talks about 4GIP and the SSR router developed in California for the mobile and fixed internet traffic.
Cecilia Atterwall, Head of Ericsson ConsumerLab, presents findings from interviews with mobile users in the United States and beyond, at the media briefing in San Francisco, California.
Three Ericsson employees who submitted in all 275 patents within radio technology have been named “Inventors of the Year.” It is the 17th consecutive year that Ericsson puts the spotlight on individuals with exceptional ideas and contributions to the company’s industry-leading patent portfolio.
School is out – at least in the way we used to know it. Blackboards, pencils and slates are already becoming museum pieces. Soon textbooks might follow. Technology plays a key role in a radical transformation of education. This issues’ theme examines the role of the teacher, the role of traditional learning institutions as well as the role of corporate learning – all from the perspective of what new opportunities technology might bring.
Sam Pitroda, the man behind India’s communications revolution, believes that India must build its own technological ecosystems based on holistic, sustainable, Gandhian values that originate from rural realities.
Ensuring service quality isn’t as straightforward as it may appear. Customer experiences now depend on the performance of multiple systems within the operator’s architecture.