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Ericsson's Board of Directors today announced that Hans Vestberg steps down as President and CEO and member of the Board of Directors of Ericsson with immediate effect. Jan Frykhammar, Executive Vice President and CFO, will assume the CEO position until a new CEO is in office.
Technology is becoming increasingly integrated into sports to enhance the event for all - but when does it become too 'virtual' and we lose the true value of the experience?
Ericsson announced today its financial results for the second quarter of 2016. Find out more in this report.
Today’s sports fans want immediacy and are, as a result, demanding more connectivity than ever before. Throughout the Euro 2016, Ericsson played a major role in delivering 4G mobile coverage at all 10 stadiums hosting the tournament. This enormous undertaking enabled thousands of fans to have an unprecedented in-stadium experience, connecting them to the game like never before.
Listen to a podcast from the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, where Forest Whitaker, CEO of the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative and UNESCO Special Envoy, and Ericsson’s Elaine Weidman-Grunewald discuss how ICT is helping youths affected by conflict and violence foster safer, more productive communities in the US, Latin America, and Africa.
Telenor Serbia is to deploy the Ericsson Charging and Billing in One solution as its new real-time convergent charging and billing platform. As a result of the deployment, the operator will be able to support a full range of charging and billing needs for residential, corporate, mobile, and fixed-line subscribers.