Ericsson is a story of constant evolution and seeing how we’ve grown helps to understand where we’re heading next. The future is a truly exciting place.

Do you want to make history?

We see an extraordinary revolution that will change our world for good. We call it The Networked Society: a world connected in real time that will open up opportunities to create freedom, transform society and drive solutions to some of our planet’s greatest challenges. This is the story of how far we’ve come.

Ericsson working history

How has Ericsson changed history? Take a closer look

Our telephone exchange supported the world’s first international call. Nowadays, around 40 percent of the world’s mobile traffic passes through network equipment supplied by us.

Key dates in our history

Continuous learning is vital if we want to retain our position as a global leader in technology and services. We'll always support our people who want to learn and grow. As an organization, we've always done exactly that too – grown, changed, and enhanced our skill sets to offer more to the market.

1876

Lars Magnus Telegraph


Lars Magnus Ericsson opens telegraph near his workshop in Sweden. Within 25 years he had 1000 employees globally. Imagine how far you could go when you join Ericsson?

1902

Netherlands phone station


First sales office opens in the US. Who thought that we’d now have customers in more than 180 different countries? Our ability to offer global career development is unrivalled.

1946

Är det Tulegatan?


A Foundation for Research into Television was established. Today, we’re leading the way in video compression and quality, while our 4K UHDTV service is award-winning. If you’re interested in emerging markets and technologies, we’re probably already working on projects you’d love to get involved in.

1950

Woman on phone in Sweeden


Our telephone exchange supported the world’s first international call. Nowadays, around 40 percent of the world’s mobile traffic passes through network equipment supplied by us. The networks we support serve more than 2.5 billion subscribers. The size and scale means lots of opportunities to keep on growing.

1977

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Our first digital telephone exchange was installed. In less than 50 years, we’re already talking about a fully Networked Society. If you’d like to help shape it, now is the time to join us.

2008

ICT Center


We’re one of the world’s top providers of Information and Communication Technology products, solutions and services. But we continue to evolve. We’re working with new customers, in new sectors, honing a consultative approach that allows our people the freedom to really think differently and act quickly.

2015

A girl using a device


We’re one of the world’s top providers of Information and Communication Technology products, solutions and services. But we continue to evolve. We’re working with new customers, in new sectors, honing a consultative approach that allows our people the freedom to really think differently and act quickly.

The Future

the future


Our ambitions are startling – to create a truly Networked Society, inspired and energized by Ericsson innovation. If you share our passion and our determination to lead and drive positive change, we’ll provide the foundation you need – the workplace, the culture and the resources – to achieve your potential.

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