Telecom Egypt and Ericsson have signed a contract for the supply of a multi-service network in Egypt in the region of Alexandria. The new network will provide both traditional narrowband services like wireline telephony and broadband service for fast Internet communications for both private and corporate subscribers.
Ericsson has been awarded a USD 150 million GSM network expansion contract by Shandong Mobile Communication Company (Shandong Mobile), in a move that further strengthens the long-term strategic partnership between Ericsson and Shandong Mobile.
B2, a leading European broadband access provider based in Sweden, has selected Ericsson's Ethernet DSL Access solution for their on-going nationwide roll-out of ADSL2plus based services in an Ethernet based network environment.
Vid extra bolagsstämma i Ericsson beslutade idag aktieägarna om ändring av röstvärdesskillnaden mellan A- och B-aktier. Efter ändringen berättigar en A-aktie till en röst och en B-aktie till en tiondels röst.
At the extraordinary general meeting in Ericsson today, the shareholders decided to change the difference in voting rights between A- and B-shares. Following the change each A-share confers one vote and each B-share confers one tenth of a vote.
Ericsson cordially invites media, analysts and investors to participate at the Ericsson Strategy & Technology Summit in New Delhi, September 19-20, 2004. The Summit is hosted by Ericsson's President and CEO Carl-Henric Svanberg.
Faroese Telecom Ltd., the leading operator on the Faroe Islands, has selected Ericsson as sole supplier for its GSM network upgrade with EDGE and GPRS. The upgrade will enable launch of new, highly advanced broadband data services for consumers and enterprises.