At NAB Show 2016, April 16 – 21, Las Vegas (booth #SU721), Ericsson will present how it is enabling content owners, broadcasters and TV service providers to reposition themselves for success in the internet era of television.
On April 1, 1876, Lars Magnus Ericsson opened his mechanical engineering shop in a modest 13-square-meter facility. From this small space, a multinational company grew that today employs around 115,000 people, operates in 180 countries and holds 39,000 patents. For 140 years, our ideas, technology and people have created monumental impact, and real turning points that have transformed lives, industries and society as a whole.
During Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Spain, Ericsson showcases unique industry insights, presents latest innovation and hosts inspirational discussions that enable powerful new business opportunities. Learn about Ericsson’s view on 5G, the Internet of Things and cloud, and the impact digital transformation can have on people, business and society.
Ericsson is largely responsible for the broadband infrastructure of the Networked Society. The internet enabler is changing everything and as experts in TV for almost 25 years, we are in a uniquely strong position to understand how these internet and media worlds are combining. Ericsson has been investing significantly to deepen it’s consumer and industry insights, to build the ultimate software and managed services portfolio, and build the global transformation services capability, that will enable our customers to realize their greatest success as TV re-invents itself in the Networked Society. Welcome to Ericsson at IBC 2015, September 10 - 15.
Ericsson is the digital experience partner for the 2015 Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun.Ericsson will make a wide variety of data about Falun2015 available to developers of the event’s official apps and website, thereby enabling an enhanced experience for anyone interested in following the event.
A sustainable city takes an intelligent, long-term collaborative approach to tackling the economic, social and environmental challenges that arise when more and more people come together in dense, compact areas, stretching already scarce resources.
Connect To Learn was conceived to address some of the challenges relating to secondary education access and quality. The aim with this global education initiative is to scale up access to quality secondary education, in particular for girls, by providing scholarships and bringing ICT to schools in remote, resource-poor parts of the world, over mobile broadband. Around the world 62 million girls are not in school. When a girl receives a quality education, she is more likely to earn a decent living, raise a healthy, educated family, and improve the quality of life for herself, her family, and her community. To date the initiative is launched in 22 countries and benefiting over 76,000 students and engaging 16 mobile operators.
Communication has huge potential to improve people’s lives. Yet, there can be no social or economic development without peace. Through its cooperation with the PeaceEarth Foundation, Ericsson is using connectivity to help inform, educate and bring young people together as a stepping stone to ending conflict.
Ericsson Response is a volunteer initiative that deploys employees and telecom equipment to support the UN and other humanitarian organizations in times of disaster. Ericsson Response provides communications expertise, equipment and resources in times of need. Today, about 150 Ericsson volunteers are active. The aim is to assist humanitarian relief organizations with communications technology and competence to contribute to a better and faster response to human suffering when disaster strikes.
The Millennium Villages Project (MVP) is a community-led initiative intended to address the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Africa, village by village. By providing affordable, science-based solutions and technologies the project aims to help people lift themselves out of extreme poverty.
Ericsson has blazed the trail in all generations of mobile networks. Today, we are mapping out a new trail while leading the industry evolution towards 5G.
Traffic alerts, eco driving, music downloads, tailored service, software updates in the car and charging support for electric cars. We are on the brink of an extraordinary revolution in the automotive industry. Today, drivers, passengers and even cars can connect to a range of services in the cloud. One good example is Ericsson and Volvo Car Group’s Connected Vehicle Cloud, based on Ericsson’s Service Enablement Platform.
The Networked Society City Index report continues to explore the correlation between cities’ ICT maturity and their triple bottom line development.
Cities will be the major arena in which ICT can bring solutions for economic, social, and sustainable growth. Cities have always been places where creativity has flourished, thanks to the many meetings that inevitably happen in dense urban areas. Connectivity will enable creativity, innovation and, ultimately, socioeconomic development.
To support and maintain the best networks for operators and offer the best end-user experience, Ericsson provides Global Services – a worldwide workforce of more than 64,000 service professionals with expertise in information and communications technology.
Ericsson has one of the industry’s strongest intellectual property portfolios, which includes more than 39,000 granted patents worldwide. Our unrivalled patent portfolio covers 2G, 3G and 4G technologies, and we are a net receiver of licensing royalties with more than 100 patent-licensing agreements in place.
Through an innovative research project across several industries, Ericsson will bring mobile connectivity to electric cars and put choice and control over the charging schedule into the hands of drivers.
The new Ericsson Radio System is a modular approach to building and expanding mobile networks that introduces an entirely new system architecture. Ericsson Radio System is energy efficient to handle the mobile data traffic increases we expect by 2020 at the same energy use levels of today.
License Assisted Access delivers an indoor performance boost for smartphone users, while optimizing available wireless network resources. A key milestone on the road to 5G, LAA is just one way that Ericsson is improving the performance of mobile networks to address the 8X growth in smartphone traffic between 2014 and 2020.
Following the announcement made in September last year, Ericsson now opens the first Global ICT Center. The center in Linköping will be an important node to support the company’s R&D and services organization. This enables Ericsson’s 25,000 R&D engineers to collaborate beyond borders more easily and efficiently, bringing innovation faster to the market.
Ericsson Cloud enables businesses to transform their telecom and IT operations.
The mobile phone has been a connecting technology of immense impact on human life. When the mobile device is used for financial transactions – buying, selling, or transferring, then you have mobile financial services.
Ericsson's cellular radio that is small enough to fit a person's hand, but provides enough indoor network coverage for a crowd. The disk-shaped, break-through solution, called Ericsson Radio Dot System, addresses a broad range of scenarios for providing high-quality access to mobile broadband and voice services indoors.
OSS and BSS enable users to make their own choices, be more in control of their spending and benefit from personalized services and subscriber plans.