RAN and Mobile broadband
One of the biggest challenges that The Networked Society faces is bringing everybody up to speed with mobile broadband. Different operators are evolving at different rates and networks require different levels of capacity. That’s why we’re working consultatively with operators on LTE (Long Term Evolution), helping them to manage the next technical step in the evolution of existing 2G and 3G networks.
Our goal is to help operators migrate to 4G over time, enabling them to manage their transition costs while keeping their mobile broadband offering competitive. Our LTE solutions, supported by Radio Access Network technology that delivers high quality connectivity, mean that more applications can be delivered to mobile devices more quickly – including innovations such as interactive TV, mobile video blogging, advanced games and professional services.
We predict that by 2020, there will be 50 billion connected devices. So the challenge of delivering richer content and multimedia services to all is compelling. Ericsson is already the market leader in LTE worldwide so you will join a business with a proven record of delivering solutions in the most advanced, high traffic markets - including the US, Japan, and South Korea. We’re handling twice as much global mobile LTE traffic as our closest competitor and we are number one in LTE market share within the world’s top 100 cities.
Together, this means we can offer the most progressive, large-scale and complex challenges in the industry. Perfect for people who want to evolve their career.
By 2020, the mobile community will look like a very different place. To find out about how we're building our networks to offer consistent, high quality mobile broadband, watch this video.
Leadership in LTE
Gartner, Inc., the world's leading information technology research and advisory company, has named Ericsson as an LTE industry leader for six years in running. The report examines vendors of end-to-end (radio and core) LTE network infrastructure and positions them based on their ability to execute and completeness of vision in the LTE market. Ericsson is the highest for ability to execute in the 2015 Report, supporting the most global LTE traffic. In fact, we handle twice as much traffic as our closest competitor.
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