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MTN Swaziland prepares cross-border mobile finance service using Ericsson platform

Ericsson said some 275,000 MTN Swaziland mobile wallet customers and 3,000 agents are set to benefit from a deal to provide a mobile financial services platform in the African market.

NTT DoCoMo outlines phased approach to 5G, 5G+

Japan's NTT DoCoMo shared an update on its plans for launching 5G in 2020, and it will be split into two phases, one termed 5G and another dubbed 5G+.

SK Telecom, Ericsson team up for 5G small cell demo

Super-low latency is expected to be one of the cornerstones of 5G, and SK Telecom and Ericsson are paving the way with a successful demonstration of small cell technology with super-low latency.

Ericsson says communications remains dominant smartphone service

Ericsson's ConsumerLab announced that communications services remain the most used function on smartphones, accounting for at least 30 per cent of the time users spend using their device.

Ericsson to be hit by SEK2.5B restructuring costs in Q2

Ericsson said its second-quarter results will be hit by restructuring costs of around SEK2.5 billion (€271 million/$304 million) as the company continues to implement measures first announced in November 2014 to reduce costs and improve efficiency.

Closing the world's mobile gender gap

More than 3 billion people in low- and middle-income countries do not own mobile phones, and 1.7 billion of them are estimated to be women, according to the GSMA's 2015 report on Connected Women. However, efforts are underway to narrow the gender gap--but there's no silver bullet. Special report

Closing the mobile gender gap: what the GSMA, Orange, Ericsson and others are doing to empower women

Women are typically 14 per cent less likely to own a mobile phone than men, which translates into 200 million fewer women than men owning mobile phones, the GSMA added.

Smile Communications brings good cheer to Ericsson with LTE managed services contract

Ericsson won its first LTE managed services contract in sub-Saharan Africa with a deal to operate Smile Communications' 4G networks in four countries in the region.

Ericsson decides against big M&A in wake of Nokia/Alcatel-Lucent deal, will focus on organic growth

Ericsson concluded after a review by its management that it can expand its business without pursuing a major deal, according to a senior executive at the vendor.

Google, Broadcom, Wi-Fi Alliance push for more collaboration between LTE-U/LAA and Wi-Fi

Broadcom, Ericsson, Google and Verizon are just some of the stakeholders that weighed in on the FCC's request for information on current trends related to LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U) and Licensed Assisted Access (LAA). Several players in the Wi-Fi community argue that the LTE-U/LAA and Wi-Fi communities need closer collaboration.