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Ericsson’s latest report, ‘Breaking the energy curve’, highlights a unique network-level approach that enables an exponential growth of data traffic without increasing energy consumption.
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- Ericsson introduces an industry-first entitlement server solution for on-device eSIM subscription activation for smartphones – starting with Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip
- Enhanced digital experience for consumers by managing mobile subscriptions on eSIM-enabled devices with just a few clicks and without QR codes
- Together with the Ericsson eSIM solution, launched in January 2020, service providers benefit from fully automated eSIM subscription management
Lars Magnus Ericsson founded Ericsson in 1876 on the premise that communication was a basic human need and should be available to all. While the company has been innovating what communication means since then, it has always done so with a sense of importance of the role it plays in society. This is still clearly reflected in the current company purpose: “Empowering an intelligent, sustainable and connected world.”
- Ericsson’s first smart factory in the U.S. now operational and producing 5G base stations to enable rapid 5G deployments
- Initial product is a Street Macro base station that enables smooth, fast and cost-effective 5G deployments
- Factory further demonstrates Ericsson’s commitment to delivering 5G to North America
- Ericsson to supply Artificial Intelligence (AI) Performance Diagnostic solution
- Solution to apply machine learning and deliver performance insights
- Solution will provide analytics and recommendation to NTT DOCOMO to optimize its nationwide RAN
- Annual Report 2019 available for download
- Printed version available for order
- Ericsson’s Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Report 2019 and Corporate Governance Report 2019 are published together with the Annual Report
- Two events described under Events after the reporting period in the Annual Report
With Ericsson as network supplier, Deutsche Telekom has deployed its innovative campus network solution – a combination of private and public networks – in a new campus network site in Leipzig, the fourth one the German service provider has set up in Europe.
Customers of Australian communications service provider Telstra will benefit from Ericsson-enabled 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) on the 26GHz spectrum band from mid-2020 in selected areas. The partners also continue to push the boundaries in 4G LTE connectivity, with successful testing that could result in cell range capability doubling from 100km to 200km - opening up new possibilities in rural mobile broadband coverage.
- Ericsson Spectrum Sharing (ESS) will expand 5G coverage for global service providers including Swisscom, Telstra, Ooredoo and Play
- More than 80 percent of service providers testing Ericsson Spectrum Sharing plan to deploy it in the coming 12 months
- The award-winning Ericsson Spectrum Sharing software can run on any of Ericsson’s five million 5G-ready radios delivered since 2015
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