January, 2018.

Enabling the Internet of Things

Imagine a world in which everything you own is connected, allowing your possessions share information and collaborate in order to make your life easier. A world in which business assets collaborate to make companies more competitive. In which smart cities are designed to make life more efficient and easier. This is the world that Ericsson connectivity is helping to shape - and you could be a part of it. Learn more about how we're empowering the Internet of Things here, then get in touch with us on our careers website here.

MBNL extends managed services partnership with Ericsson

Another great win for our business - we will be handling central operations, network performance and optimization, field services and multi-vendor spare parts management for MBNL through 2020! This contract extention came as the result of positive subscriber feedback and network performance. Read more about this amazing developent here, then reach out to join our winning team here.

Internet of Skills

We're exploring how technologies like AI and VR can enable people to learn how to cook in Rome while actually being anywhere in the world, or to learn world-class skills from the top experts in their fields. Read more about our exciting work here, then join us in our mission to push the limits of technology here.

Closing the ICT gender gap

Young people all over the world are leading the charge in closing the technology gender gap - but more can be done. Getting informed in the first step, so we're happy to share the following resources:

The future of journalism

We’re doing truly exciting work in Media and Broadcasting – like exploring how technology can enable smarter journalism and new business models. Read more and view the full infographic here, then join us in shaping how the digital future here.

Smart transport

Need an example of how Ericsson innovation is changing entire industries? Read about our smart transport solutions here - then join us and help make more tech like this here.

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If you already know what you’re looking for, start here. You can view all of our current vacancies across all of our regions.

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