Today’s information systems rely on mediation to use and share the data that is available within an enterprise. But this is changing. IT systems are moving away from traditional architectures, where information is hidden inside functions, toward an information-centric approach that separates information from functionality – data without borders. Breaking functionality and information apart creates a systems architecture that is flexible, supports business agility, and ultimately boosts the bottom line.
On Thursday April 24 Ericsson will celebrate Girls In ICT day with events at locations all over the world, inviting women and girls to Ericsson facilities and visiting school and university campuses.
Hear President and CEO Hans Vestberg comment on Ericsson's financial results for the first quarter of 2014.
BROOKLYN, New York – NYU WIRELESS and Ericsson Incorporated announced that the technology firm joined the university center as an affiliate sponsor of research exploring a new generation of wireless technologies, also known as "5G."
Thailand’s second- largest mobile operator, dtac, asked Ericsson to transform its business and swap out the aging network equipment ,enabling an upgrade from 2G to 3G and LTE. With the goal of building the best network in Thailand, dtac was able to substantially grow its subscriber base, while also increasing customer satisfaction and preparing its operation to better manage rich data.