A market that once evolved at a slow and steady pace is now being driven by rapid change. We believe this shift opens up significant new business opportunities for you. This is a time for innovation.
Build on your strengths – simplicity, reliability and accessibility – and take them into new services, markets and contexts. Reach beyond today's generic offerings into innovative value-based offerings.
Extend your communication services into every context that can benefit from communication – on the web, in applications or between machines – wherever and whenever communication matters.
Delivering an unparalleled communication experience in the Networked Society. Read the Ericsson Report here.
M2M has never looked so stylish, nor been so accessible. Limmex, the Swiss emergency watch, has won first place in the M2M Challenge, a new global competition highlighting the best innovations in machine-to-machine communication.
Mozilla Corporation, creators of the open-sourced browser, Firefox, and Ericsson have teamed up to develop solutions that will help operators grow their communications business. At the 2013 Mobile World Congress, Mozilla and Ericsson demonstrated a real-time communication (RTC) solution for the web.
SAP, a leader in enterprise software, and Ericsson are together addressing the market for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication. Together, the two companies will integrate the M2M ecosystem and enable end-to-end solutions that are simple, speedy and more efficient.
Building and expanding an LTE network does not usually happen overnight. It tends to be a gradual process where new cells and capacity are added in line with business and subscriber demand. Providing LTE, voice over LTE (VoLTE), and voice handover is a fundamental part of next-generation mobile networks, where voice handover to legacy systems is a key enabler while LTE coverage continues to be spotty.
How operators can now start commercial deployments of a telecom-grade, globally interoperable solution for voice and video calling over LTE – even before LTE is fully deployed.
Find out more about our portfolio of communication services solutions. The full range of services people use to interact with each other, such as voice, video, text and multimedia messaging, chat, web services and e-mail.
Watch Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg outline Ericsson’s vision for the future of communication services at the 2013 Mobile World Congress. The keynote speech also discusses the networked society and the challenges facing operators.
Rogers, one of Canada's leading communications companies, recently launched Rogers One Number. The service allows subscribers to extend their Rogers wireless phone number to their computer, letting them transfer calls mid-conversation between a phone and a PC and vice versa.
Our Technology for Good YouTube channel films show how our visual communication solution can benefit you whether you’re working, at home or going out.
Experience Hans Vestberg demonstrating the superior quality of HD voice mobile phone calls in comparison with classic telephony. You will hear the difference – trust us.