Ericsson is the founding partner in "A Day in the World" photography project, which aims to document moments from all parts of the world by professional and amateur photographers alike. The photographs will be collected online and later saved in the national archives of participating countries.
If feedback from the streets of China is anything to go by then we are still in the early stages of the uptake of mobile applications. But this could be about to change – fast.
Wide-spread provisioning of TV services has strongly shaped the cultural development since the last century; terrestrial radio broadcast transmission has been the original form of TV distribution. Although the majority of TV reception is today based on alternative distribution means, like cable or satellite, TV broadcast enjoys still a significant amount of allocated terrestrial spectrum (~300 MHz).
Our new Follow the Expert film features Mikael Höök from Ericsson Research on a whistle-stop tour of the latest test bed and prototype demonstrations at an Ericsson Research open day.
Voice quality never stood in the way of the mobile phone’s nearly universal adoption, but when it improves, consumers want to talk more often – or for longer periods.
How an audit assessment offers insight into the capacity and stability of network performance.