In the latest round of GSM network construction, China Mobile Guangxi Branch and Ericsson have joined together to deploy world’s first City Site, an innovative radio site solution, which has been put into commercial use on a trial basis.
Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg discusses the 2012 performance at this year’s Annual General Meeting. Joining him on stage are Johan Wibergh, Executive Vice President and Head of Business Unit Networks, and Elaine Weidman-Grunewald, Vice President of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility. Watch the video.
Ericsson demonstrates its Service Provider Software Defined Network (SDN) vision at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, continuing its mission to give service providers greater control of their infrastructure and assets.
The data volume in mobile networks is booming – mostly due to the success of smartphones and tablets. LTE Broadcast is one way of providing new and existing services in areas that can at times be device dense, such as stadiums and crowded city centers. Built on LTE technology, LTE Broadcast extends the LTE/EPC with an efficient point-to-multipoint distribution feature that can serve many devices with the same content at the same time.
Jonas Hansryd from Ericsson Research discusses how microwave backhaul can handle the demands for increased capacity.
São Jose dos Campos is one of the highest ranking Brazilian cities in terms of education and quality of life, and a highly regarded industrial and research center. Former Mayor, Eduardo Cury, tells us why he believes technology is so important to the future prospects of its young people.
As we move in to the Networked Society, joint Nobel Laureate in Physics, Claude Cohen Tannoudji, says research and technology enjoy a mutually beneficial dependency in helping to advance society.
In this short film, we interviewed Craig Mello, who was awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine. He offers us his insights into the different stages of research and great innovations, and discusses how these are changing in today’s information age.
Peter Agre, who was awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, discusses how mobility is helping track Malaria in isolated parts of Africa.