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Ericsson is a world-leading provider of telecommunications equipment and services to mobile and fixed network operators. Over 1,000 networks in more than 180 countries use our network equipment, and more than 40 percent of the world’s mobile traffic passes through Ericsson networks.

We are one of the few companies worldwide that can offer end-to-end solutions for all major mobile communication standards. Our networks, telecom services and multimedia solutions make it easier for people, across the world, to communicate.

And as communication changes the way we live and work, Ericsson is playing a key role in this evolution. Using innovation to empower people, business and society, we are working towards the Networked Society, in which everything that can benefit from a connection will have one.

Our vision is to be the prime driver in an all-communicating world.


News

Eurobites: Ericsson Files Patent for '5G Foundations'

11/16/2017
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom open to Dutch tie-up with Tele2; EE hits 2.8 Gbit/s in 5G tests with Huawei; Bouygues Telecom profits up.
Eurobites: Telefónica Reckons Plastic Is Fantastic for FTTH

11/15/2017
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TalkTalk shares bomb after £75 million H1 loss; Peugeot et al hitch up to Huawei; more 5G fun with Ericsson; Swisscom targets SMEs.
Efficiency Drive by Major Telcos Has Claimed 74K Jobs Since 2015

11/14/2017
Research carried out by Light Reading shows the scale of job cuts in the telecom sector during the last two years, as major telcos look to maintain sales with a smaller workforce.
Iain Morris on the Challenges of Connecting Africa

11/13/2017
At AfricaCom 2017, LR News Editor Iain Morris learned about the continent's challenges in technology, regulations, automation and dealing with foreign vendors.
ONAP Strikes Back, Saying Critics Are Misinformed

11/10/2017
Most of the criticisms of ONAP are coming from non-members who don't know the whole story, says Linux Foundation's Arpit Joshipura.
Videos

Tomorrow’s Datacenter Starts Today

Description: The future digital infrastructure is more decentralized than current cloud architectures, to achieve the necessary compliance, resilience, response times, and scalability. But the service model is still that of a cloud: elastic, easy to use, and highly flexible. In this Distributed Cloud Infrastructure, computing, storage and networking resources are used where and when they are needed. Find out more at: www.ericsson.com/hyperscale/future-digital-infrastructure.
Jason Hoffman, Ericsson, at Red Hat Summit 2017: The Future of Digital Infrastructure

Jason Hoffman, vice president, head of product area cloud infrastructure at Ericsson, describes how network function virtualization (NFV) at tremendous scale is both the chief medium of modern communication and the fabric of our unfolding future. The principles guiding telecom innovation: simplify, automate, be datacentric, and learn from present systems and designs, are necessary to exploration and innovation in the coming technological era.
NFV: Its role in 5G

Description: A discussion with Ericsson’s Head of Product Line, NFV Infrastructure, around the role of NFV in 5G and the Internet of Things; using virtualized network functions for flexibility, scale and automation and the foundational work required to make it all perform.
Swisscom, Switzerland: Preparing for the Future

Description: Ericsson and Swisscom have been working in a collaborative model to transform Swisscom’s core network through the deployment of a NFV infrastructure and virtual network functions. This transformation will ensure a 5G ready core capable to meet the demands of the Internet of Things (IoT).