South East Asia, Oceania and India
Over 4,000 Ericsson employees call this region home. Here you will be valued not only for your skills but also for your creativity, your curiosity and your initiative.
At Ericsson in South East Asia and Oceania, we invite you to help us invent the future while you re-invent yourself. With 4,000+ employees in the region, there is plenty of room to do just that. Here you will be valued not only for your skills but also for your creativity, your curiosity and your initiative. In return, you’ll get a supportive and collaborative environment with the global reach of an industry leader.
The latest from our region
The first NB-IoT Hackathon for Malaysia
We have just completed an amazing initiative called – Hack for Good – a joint- partnership and collaboration with UTM, Axiata Xpand, Celcom, MCMC and others. Hack for Good encouraged university students and experienced professionals to build IoT solutions relevant to Malaysia across categories of: IoT saves lives, IoT sustains Water, Energy, and Utilities; IoT Transforms Road Transportation and IoT Modernizes Agriculture.
We did this by enabling the first Narrow-Band IoT network in Malaysia with our customer, Celcom, and by making available our Virtual EPC and IoT accelerator platform- a cloud based horizontal cross-industry offering. Ericsson’s IoT accelerator is designed to speed up and simplify the development of IoT solutions by providing developers with tools for integrating connectivity, enable device management, data analytics and expose information through APIs in the market place.
Celebrating 110 years in Indonesia
Ericsson came to Indonesia in 1907, and our first contribution to Indonesia was helping people across this vast country connect with each other through the provision of telephones and manual telephone exchanges. And over the years, in partnership with the customers, the government and the industry, we pioneered not only the automation of fixed line telephones, but most importantly, mobile telephony – significantly changing the way Indonesians live, work and communicate.
But we're not stopping there - click here to see what we're working on today!
Singtel and Ericsson to launch Singapore’s first 5G Center of Excellence
Singtel and Ericsson will jointly establish a Center of Excellence (CoE) to facilitate 5G development and deployment in Singapore. 5G, the next-generation mobile network technology, is expected to roll out globally from 2020 and will deliver massive connectivity, ultra-low latency and gigabit speeds. It will enable advanced applications such as smart cities, Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality, and autonomous vehicles.
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Australia and New Zealand Graduate Program
We have exciting Graduate Opportunities in Melbourne and Sydney. We’re looking for graduates with a degree in Engineering, IT/Computer Science or Business. Click to find out more about our Programs.
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Innovation in our region
Throughout the more than 15 countries in our region, we have some of the most advanced telecom markets along with some of the least developed. This represents a tremendous opportunity for Ericsson to leverage the success we have already had, while growing the emerging markets in our region. To get there, we need talented people who have a vision for how Ericsson technology can transform society in this part of the world.
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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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