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Feb 21, 2024 | News

Danish VR project with TDC NET and Ericsson to be extended to Europe and Latin America

Ericsson and TDC NET have started a new collaboration to train TDC NET’s engineers with Virtual Reality (VR). The VR trainings are the first of its kind in the Nordics, and will be spreading further to the rest of Europe and Latin America. The project will strengthen the engineers’ skills through the principles of observation, imitation, and interaction.

Jan 11, 2024 | News

Ericsson and Wipro collaborate to modernize billing infrastructure for ODIDO on AWS

  • All subscribers from ODIDO's mobile virtual network offering (MVNO), Ben, have been successfully migrated to Ericsson Billing, which is seamlessly hosted on AWS
  • The migration was led by Wipro as the end-to-end system integrator in close collaboration with Ericsson, which ensured seamless integration with ODIDO’s existing IT landscape
  • The billing system transformation will continue in 2024 with the migration of the ODIDO subscribers and is a key element in the CSP’s long-term evolution to cloud native architecture and future-proof IT infrastructure 


Nov 23, 2023 | General press release

Ericsson, Vodafone and Qualcomm demonstrate first Reduced Capability data call in Europe

Demo creates platform for potential boom in low-power, low-bandwidth connected devices, from enterprise IoT to consumer applications.

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Sep 19, 2023 | News

Advanced troubleshooting: newly launched in Ericsson Expert Analytics to improve service experience

  • New troubleshooting capability, powered by Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, to deliver speed and efficiency in network analytics 
  • Uses embedded system intelligence to draw selected data from a CSP’s core network and other sources for subscriber-centric analysis. 

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Jul 05, 2023 | General press release

Ericsson to build next-generation smart manufacturing and technology hub in Europe

  • New next-generation smart manufacturing and technology hub in Europe will serve as a collaborative space for co-developing new cellular ecosystems and production techniques
  • Merging all facilities in Tallinn, Estonia into one site will reduce environmental impact and support Ericsson’s Net Zero journey via sustainable operations that cut carbon emissions
  • The 50,000-square meter European hub is expected to be operational in early 2026

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Jun 09, 2023 | General press release

Ericsson appoints Nora Wahby as new Head of Customer Unit Northern and Central Europe

  • Nora Wahby takes on the role of Head of Customer Unit Northern and Central Europe as of September 1, 2023.
  • Nora Wahby has been with Ericsson for 22 years, most recently as Vice President and Head of Customer Unit West Africa and Morocco.

May 24, 2023 | News

Ericsson appoints Andrea Missori as new Head of Customer Unit South East Mediterranean and Eurasia

  • Andrea Missori takes on the role of Head of Customer Unit South East Mediterranean and Eurasia as of 1 June 2023 – in addition to his role as Managing Director of Ericsson in Italy. 
  • Missori is responsible for Ericsson's business in 24 countries stretching over three continents, with some of the world's most advanced communication service providers as customers. 
  • Missori has been with Ericsson for more than 20 years, most recently as Head of Global Customer Unit Telecom Italia and Country Manager of Ericsson Libya.

Mar 01, 2023 | News

Swisscom, Ericsson and AWS collaborate on 5G Core for hybrid cloud

Swisscom and Ericsson embark on a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) to explore hybrid cloud use cases with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Feb 23, 2023 | News

T-Mobile converts first hundred masts to Ericsson

T-Mobile's first hundred transmission masts have been fitted with the latest Ericsson equipment. T-Mobile and Ericsson are thus taking the first step towards a completely new 5G network. The ambition for a global network of unparalleled quality is within reach. With this, T-Mobile will offer its customers a sublime network experience including even more capacity and high speeds. The 5000 masts are spread throughout the Netherlands. T-Mobile and Ericsson will equip all these masts with the latest hardware by the summer of 2024. As a result, customers will experience an even better and faster network.