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Telecommunications company Ericsson and Vodafone have launched a service continuity for private networks aimed at improving manufacturing and industrial efficiency.

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Telecommunications company Ericsson and Taiwanese operator Far EasTone have trialled 5G network slicing use cases by deploying Ericsson’s Local Packet Gateway.

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Telecommunications company Ericsson has acquired American cloud communications provider Vonage for US$6.2 billion ($8.9 billion) in less than a week after it was cleared by the US foreign authority and will provide Ericsson with a full suite of communication solutions.

Published in Deals

The aviation industry needs to digitalise its operations to meet the returning travel demands and airport experience expectations as passengers start travelling again, according to Ericsson’s Connected Aviation report.

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A court in Colombia has banned Apple from selling 5G iPhones and iPads in the country due to the infringement of a patent owned by Swedish telecom giant Ericsson.

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Swedish telecommunications equipment company Ericsson says it has been notified by the US Securities and Exchange Commission that an investigation has been opened into the company's report about its 2019 dealings in Iraq.

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Ericsson released a new Connected Truck Transport report in partnership with ZF, Orange Belgium, and Arthur D. Little. The report analyses the power of IoT connectivity to mitigate the complexities brought on by disruptions in the logistics supply chain, including soaring fuel prices, driver shortages, and governmental regulations.

Published in Internet of Things

Ericsson in disclosing its first quarter results for 2022 could not estimate the impact of what actions the US Department of Justice (DOJ) might take when assessing the breach notices the DOJ issued relating to the Deferred Prosecution Agreement.

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Canadian communications technology and media company Rogers Communications and the Ontario Vehicle Innovation Network (OVIN) have launched a 5G challenge for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that operate in Ontario to accelerate innovation in the automotive sector.

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Ericsson staff were told in 2019 to hand over the full report on dealings in Iraq to the US Department of Justice, the chief executive of the company claims.

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As we speculated with the appointment of new chief legal officer Scott Dresser last week, he has indeed been brought in to drive change around governance and compliance and to look into the matters with the US DoJ.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Ericsson Time-Critical Communication was recognised at the recently concluded MWC 2022 event in Barcelona. The company is a recipient of the GTI Award 2022 for 'Innovative Breakthrough in Mobile Technology' as well as the Outstanding Award for significant contribution to the industry.

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Ericsson announced the appointment of Scott Dresser to the company’s executive team as senior vice president, chief legal officer and head of group function legal affairs & compliance. Scott will join Ericsson on 21 March 2022 and be based in the US. Scott replaces Xavier Dedullen.

Published in People Moves
Friday, 11 March 2022 10:43

Optus delivers 5G in Tasmania

Customers in Hobart, Tasmania who have compatible handsets (Samsung S21/22 and Oppo Find X3) can enjoy fast internet as Optus delivers 5G and 4G services that use 2100MHz and 1800MHz spectrum.

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Ooredoo Qatar and Ericsson have announced the successful implementation of a 5G Indoor shareable solution in Qatar, achieving speeds of 1.5 Gbps. The solution, which is called Ericsson Indoor Connect 8855, has been commercially deployed in stadiums across the country to enhance the immersive experiences of international tournaments.

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Swedish telecommunications equipment company Ericsson has been hit with a class action lawsuit in the US over claims that it misled investors over its dealings in Iraq.

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Ericsson together with Telefónica and Samsung have achieved a proof-of-concept (PoC) project for 5G interactive calling, built on the IMS data channel standard and using Ericsson Cloud IMS network capabilities. Telefónica led the definition of services with Samsung implementing the technology natively in its Galaxy S21 series.

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Swedish telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson has admitted it did not meet the terms of a deal it struck with the US Department of Justice in 2019 over claims of alleged corrupt dealings in Iraq.

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Telstra has started customer trials of Australia’s first 5G-enabled compute solution for enterprises in collaboration with Ericsson and Microsoft.

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Internal files from the Swedish telecommunications equipment vendor Ericsson have been leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, showing details of how the firm allegedly paid bribes to the Islamic State terrorist group in Iraq in order to continue selling its services there.

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