Kjell Hansson is unique within telecoms. His impressive 49 years in the industry have been spent with, or affiliated to, Ericsson. As the company’s longest-serving employee, he has witnessed many changes, including the birth of mobility and its evolution through the data revolution towards the Networked Society. He says Ericsson offers him as many opportunities now as it did when his career kicked off almost half a century ago.
The boldest strategic recommendations to Ericsson for alliances and acquisitions in energy and healthcare earned the top prize in the Sixth Annual International Tech Strategy Business Case Competition, held on March 24-26, 2011 at Boston University.
Some of the world’s brainiest MBA students will be firmly focused on the Networked Society this weekend when they use their business acumen to solve a technology business case set by Ericsson and Boston University. The 24-hour challenge is unique in the telecoms industry.
Three young Italian developers are living proof of the benefit of entering the Ericsson Application Awards. Just six months after their ChilDroid application – which helps parents locate their children via SMS – finished runner-up in the 2009/10 competition, they are preparing to take it to the market – with Ericsson’s help. The ChilDroid team is urging other budding developers to enter the 2010/11 competition, saying it could be the springboard to success.
The hunt is on for the best young global developers and innovators to make their mark in the Ericsson Applications Awards – Code for Cash 2011. If you have application idea that you are convinced is a winner, then, through the Ericsson Application Awards 2011, we could transform your code into cash.
How would it feel to touch your newborn from thousands of miles away? Or how convenient would it be if you can attend a seminar in Japan while physically being located in USA?
When it comes to explaining telecoms technology and how it benefits society and the environment, art may not be the obvious medium of expression. But that is exactly what students at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in Kiev, Ukraine, did when challenged to visualize how Ericsson technologies are helping to solve global, social and environmental problems. So do their pictures paint a thousand words?
Ericsson and Tsinghua University in Beijing have teamed up to groom the future leaders of China’s telecommunications industry.
We've all been at events where the mass of display stands and exhibits means you can't see the forest for the trees. How to maximize the number of visitors to your stand or event is always a challenge. A group of entrepreneurial students' idea to use Ericsson's Me-On-TV solution to ensure the right people get the information they need when they need it, has scooped the top prize in an Ericsson-sponsored business case competition.