In this new Tech Talk, Maria Edvardsson from Ericsson Research looks at the evolution of LTE and describes six of the technical areas that we believe in for the evolution of LTE.
"End-user expectations regarding features in mobile phones have increased dramatically in recent years, not the least where security functionality is concerned. End users, operators, and content providers take it for granted that the mobile platform will protect all vital information in and about a mobile phone. And Ericsson is proud to say that thanks to robust security mechanisms and rich, basic-platform-security functionality, its new generation of mobile platforms fully lives up to these expectations. The authors describe the hardware and software security architecture and building blocks implemented in the new mobile platforms. In particular, they describe ""core"" security functionality such as secure boot, secure reprogramming, and the protection of critical parameters."
"There are moments in time that should not be missed. A record-breaking Olympic gold, the concert that defines a musical era or the goal that wins the World Cup. Events that shape our world are rarely forgotten in the archives of time and fondly remembered by those who enjoyed a front row seat. History in the making now rests comfortably in the palms of our hands. Wherever you are in the world, mobile phones can cross continents and journey through time zones, capturing defining moments as they happen."
Ericsson embraces Java as a strategic choice for open application environments. As end users experience mobility they will become increasingly interested in more compelling services, with the expectation that these services will make the most of advanced features in mobile devices and networks. Empowered with the strength of Java, EMP OPA enables phone manufacturers to develop high-performance applications that take early advantage of new network functionality.
Mobility and the Internet converge in the design and implementation of the Ericsson mobile core network. Support for new services and a common transport technology are the main drivers for the integration of IP technology into the core network.