February, 2018.

MTN in first 5G trial in Africa with Ericsson

Ericsson and MTN have conducted the first “5G technology and applications trial in Africa” at MTN's head office in Johannesburg. The trial achieved a throughput of over 20Gbps with less than 5ms latency, which is “the highest achieved on a mobile network in Africa.” The 5G trial is based on commercially-available baseband hardware and 5G mobility is supported. Read more about this latest leap forward in 5G development here, then join the Ericsson team to work on projects like this here.

What will you connect?

The Internet of Things is already taking shape, with tens of millions of connected devices all over the world. And we're just getting started. Soon, Ericsson connectivity will enable billions of devices to connect with each other and share informaiton - 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.

Innovating in the Ericsson Garage

Bring us your napkin doodles - we'll give you a platform to turn them into commercially-viable solutions ready for the real world.

Ericsson Garages operating in 13 locations around the world provide Ericsson employees with an open innovation platform, operating on a lean startup methodology. So if you work here and you've got a groundbreaking idea, you can grow it into something that can really make an impact.

Learn more about Ericsson Garages here, then join us here

The next big thing in small cells

We're proud to have recently unveiled our 5G Radio Dot, a natural evolution of our industry-leading Radio Dot System. This pioneering small-cell solution will support emerging 5G industrial applications, such as connected factories, connected hospitals and connected mining. It will also enable operators to meet rising demand for superior indoor connectivity. 

Register for our webinar, "The Next Big Thing in Small Cells," to learn more! There are two times avalible on Wednesday, March 4th, 2018:

9AM Central European Time
4PM Central European Time

Want to join us in bringing 5G to market? Learn more 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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