Ericsson stories - Page 4
Come 2020, 70% of people will be using smartphones
By 2020, smartphone subscriptions will be more than double, reaching 6.1 billion, and 70% of the world’s population will be using smartphones.
Spark makes headway with Kiwi IT transformation
Spark has deployed Ericsson Service Agility Suite in a bid to re-engineer IT platforms and improve agility.
New Ericsson fibre optic facility up and running in Wellington
Ericsson has revealed the commencement of commercial production from the new fibre optic duct manufacturing facility in Todd Park, Porirua, Wellington.
Kiwis choose device size with tablets on the rise
It appears New Zealanders have found the perfect sized device. The tablet.
Zuckerberg issues five billion friend requests
In an audacious effort to unite the world online, Facebook founder launches internet.org, designed to expand global internet access.
4G or not 4G as Telecom dumps Alcatel-Lucent
Telco ditches company in favour of Huawei to build its network of 4G-capable mobile sites.
50% of Kiwis know nothing about online info collecting
Around half of New Zealanders don't realise their personal information is being collected online, while approximately a third of people don't worry about it.
The Duct of Wellington
Ericsson has selected New Zealand's capital to open a new optic fibre duct manufacturing facility, but what does it mean for the city?.
Ericsson seeks Samsung US sales ban
Swedish telecoms takes action for fair and reasonable patent licencing.
NZ tablet use to triple
Kiwis expected to jump on the tablet band wagon with telecommunications company Ericsson predicting a surge in sales across NZ.
Values and differentiation in cloud market
A recent industry discussion paper from Ericsson, The Telecom Cloud Opportunity, provides insights into the unique cloud service opportunity telecommunications operators hold.
Aastra looks to shake off Ericsson legacy
Communication specialists ready to create their own identity.
Telcos accused of conspiracy
Emergency response technology firm files lawsuit against Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent and Qualcomm.
Ericsson shows off next-level LTE
Mobile broadband could be running at close to 1 GB per second within a couple of years, Ericsson says.