Topic: network infrastructure
Ericsson pushed back its forecast for achieving a 12% operating margin, citing a "more challenging" market than it previously anticipated.
The mayor of San Jose, California, is "greedy" for opposing a bill that would help carriers deploy small cells on public rights-of-way, Strand Consult said.
Ericsson opened a new 5G design center in Austin, Texas, to focus on microelectronics and accelerating the path to 5G commercialization.
One of the most difficult nuts to crack on the differentiated customer service front is being proactive.
Ericsson said it will book up to $2.4 billion charges as it continues to restructure its business in a tough worldwide market for telecom gear.
Nokia announced a restructuring in its mobile networks group as Samih Elhage steps down from his role as president of the business.
The tower industry looks healthy heading into the second quarter, according to analysts, but the cloud of potential consolidation looms large.
Wall Street analysts are predicting that U.S. wireless carriers will spend a total of $31 billion on their networks this year, “which would mark the first year of growth after three years of declines."
Börje Ekholm took over as CEO at Ericsson today, but it still isn’t clear how he plans to reverse the company’s slide in a brutal worldwide market for mobile telecom gear.
LAS VEGAS – AT&T’s John Donovan said he doesn’t believe network sharing is a good way for the industry to deploy 5G services.