Ericsson has won a contract in its own back yard after TeliaSonera picked the equipment manufacturer to manage its field operation services in parts of Sweden.
Strong growth in LTE and small cells is expected to almost offset declining spending on 2G and 3G technologies in the coming few years, according to latest forecasts by Dell'Oro Group.
Ofcom took another step in defining what fifth generation (5G) technology will be by opening a consultation into the use of spectrum above 6 GHz for the next generation networks.
Vodafone announced that its long-serving CTO Steve Pusey is to retire at the end of July this year and will be replaced by the head of Ericsson's networks division, Johan Wibergh.
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After two years of failed negotiations, Apple and Ericsson are taking their patent-licensing disagreement to the courtroom--at the heart of the argument is the amount of money Apple believes it should pay to Ericsson to use Ericsson's technology in its iPhones and iPads.
AT&T used the collegiate national championship football game held here at the AT&T Stadium Monday night as a backdrop to the operator's first live demonstration of LTE broadcast technology.
AT&T is going to conduct a live, in-stadium trial demonstration of AT&T LTE Broadcast technology. And, unlike the demonstration rival Verizon conducted outside the MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl in 2014, AT&T plans to conduct this trial inside AT&T Stadium when the Ohio State Buckeyes meet the Oregon Ducks for the first-ever college football national championship in Arlington, Texas, on Jan. 12.
LAS VEGAS--Ericsson said it is making significant progress in diversifying its customer base beyond wireless carriers. The company said that last year it derived fully 15 percent of its revenues from customers that are not wireless carriers, a number up from 10 percent in 2013 and 5 percent in 2009.
Video continues to dominate the traffic on wireless networks, according to top wireless executives who spoke here at the Consumer Electronics Show as part of a panel discussion on personal entertainment. And the increases in video traffic have spurred dramatic changes to the way networks and content are managed.