Technology is at the heart of our business. Ericsson engineers, researchers and scientists around the world are working on what’s next in information, communications and telecommunications (ICT). Find out more about our advances in technology and the thoughts of the people who make it happen.
For those interested in technologies, they give an overview and also we present our thoughts on what may happen in the future.
How can the next LTE release help meet the growing need for more capacity and higher data rates? Stefan Parkvall, Principal Researcher at Ericsson, shows us in this Tech Talk video.
In this section you will find discourse from selected ongoing research activities at Ericsson. All content on this site is in the early stage of research with limited functionality. You are invited to provide comments or ask questions in the comments fields.
The limit for future services will be the performance of the networks. Functionality and capabilities of the networks will decide what is possible. For those of us working with the future communication networks, this brings exciting challenges.
LTE is the technology behind 4G, that delivers mobile broadband to millions of users all over the globe. We believe that LTE will continue to develop yet for many years. LTE will continue to be the main standard for mobile broadband and it will also be a very important component in the future 5G systems.
The Internet is changing the communication landscape dramatically. Communication technologies of the future need to be flexible enough to be able to integrate into new contexts, while offering superior media quality comparable to "being there".
Ericsson is one of the main drivers for the development of a new video standard that will maintain the quality the codec used today while cutting bitrate in half. We are also active with a new codec for voice in 4G that will outperform current ones both in terms of efficiency and quality.
Data & Knowledge. The terms are two sides of the same coin. From data, we can derive knowledge and without data there will be no knowledge. Data marks our starting point and knowledge is where we want to end up. Join us as we explore the steps of handling data, doing analytics and creating Insights.
Mobile and fixed networks that are used for connecting devices and users to services need to be reliable and clouds must safeguard data for users and enterprises.
The Internet of Things will be a major cornerstone of an emerging Networked Society. Our research looks at the kinds of architectures, technologies and ecosystems needed to create an the Internet of Things. Follow us as we share our research results and experience in building and deploying exciting prototypes to make IoT a reality.
ICT from a human perspective; creative explorations, ideas, artefacts, strategies and concepts related to ICT-enabled user interactions with small things, large complex systems and society.
Transforming the mobile communication industry – Meet one of our experts on Network Energy Performance for 5G.
Ericsson 5G radio experts share their insights into the challenges and opportunities presented by the impending evolution of 5G networks.
Ericsson Research demonstrated remote control of real life, full size Excavators at MWC2015. Meet the team that made it happen through an extreme project, including user experience, real-time communication and mobile network technology.
The Ericsson hall has just opened the doors in Barcelona for MWC2015 and Ericsson Research is once more on site, prepared with demos and prototypes and eager to share what they believe the future has in store. If you can’t be there in person, let us guide you through what is on display there!
With the reality of 5G quickly approaching, a new unprecedented array of connected devices and offered services require us to take a fresh look at Operations and Management.
Ericsson Technology Insights brings together the best of Ericsson’s technology expertise in ICT. In this app you will find the latest Ericsson Review articles and white papers.
Welcome to our library. Here you will find books where Ericsson's experts have contributed.