Ericsson has blazed the trail in all generations of mobile networks. Today, we are mapping out a new trail while leading the industry evolution towards 5G.

Ericsson Radio System

Ericsson Radio System

The new Ericsson Radio System is a modular approach to building and expanding mobile networks that introduces an entirely new system architecture. Ericsson Radio System is energy efficient to handle the mobile data traffic increases we expect by 2020 at the same energy use levels of today.

Global ICT Center

Global ICT Center

Following the announcement made in September last year, Ericsson now opens the first Global ICT Center. The center in Linköping will be an important node to support the company’s R&D and services organization. This enables Ericsson’s 25,000 R&D engineers to collaborate beyond borders more easily and efficiently, bringing innovation faster to the market.

IPR Media Kit

IPR & Licensing

Ericsson has one of the industry’s strongest intellectual property portfolios, which includes more than 39,000 granted patents worldwide. Our unrivalled patent portfolio covers 2G, 3G and 4G technologies, and we are a net receiver of licensing royalties with more than 100 patent-licensing agreements in place.


IBC 2016

As our industry picks-up ever faster pace in its transformation towards the Networked Society, the most critical aspect is how to continually delight the TV consumer, to maintain their loyalty and keep them coming back for more.

city view

Sustainable Cities

A sustainable city takes an intelligent, long-term collaborative approach to tackling the economic, social and environmental challenges that arise when more and more people come together in dense, compact areas, stretching already scarce resources.

Kids at school

Connect To Learn

Connect To Learn was conceived to address some of the challenges relating to secondary education access and quality. The aim with this global education initiative is to scale up access to quality secondary education, in particular for girls, by providing scholarships and bringing ICT to schools in remote, resource-poor parts of the world, over mobile broadband. Around the world 62 million girls are not in school. To date the initiative is launched in 22 countries and benefiting over 76,000 students and engaging 16 mobile operators.

Technicians in Nepal

Ericsson Response

Ericsson Response is a volunteer initiative that deploys employees and telecom equipment to support the UN and other humanitarian organizations in times of disaster. Ericsson Response provides communications expertise, equipment and resources in times of need. Today, about 150 Ericsson volunteers are active. The aim is to assist humanitarian relief organizations with communications technology and competence to contribute to a better and faster response to human suffering when disaster strikes.