Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC)

Ericsson to showcase SMME innovation at ITU Telecom World 2018

  • Highlights on display at the Ericsson booth will include the City model, AI drone, cloud robotics, connected vehicles and 3.5GHz connectivity
  • Ericsson will host 20 SMMEs inside its exhibition stand

From September 10 to 13, Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) will showcase the latest innovations in 5G, Digital Services, and IoT with a focus on supporting Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs) at ITU Telecom World 2018 in Durban, South Africa.

Ericsson strengthens end-to-end transport solutions for 5G

  • Strong momentum for Ericsson’s 5G-ready mobile transport portfolio
  • Enhances its mobile transport offerings with key technologies to meet 5G challenges
  • Partners to deliver best-in-class enhanced edge, core and security functions as well as optical transport

Enhanced Ericsson Radio System increases speed and adaptability of 5G rollouts

  • New Radio Access Network (RAN) Compute enhances network flexibility for enabling new 5G use cases, lowering latency, and lowering total cost of ownership
  • Ericsson Spectrum Sharing to enable 5G within 4G spectrum bands, allowing communication service providers to quickly introduce and expand 5G coverage in bands used by 4G today
  • Street Macro transport solutions simplify deployment of 5G millimeter wave for 5G capacity

Ericsson wins contract to upgrade ZAIN Iraq’s Radio Access Network

  • Ericsson collaborates with Zain Iraq to modernize its network services
  • Technical cooperation will ensure smooth 4G and 5G evolution while increasing capacity and improving end-user experience for subscribers in Iraq’s important high traffic cities.

Zain Iraq has selected Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) to modernize a number of its legacy sites with Ericsson Radio System in a contract signed recently that serves to strengthen the partnership of the two companies.

10-year old Nigerian Wins Ericsson’s Girls Who Innovate Competition

  • Ericsson announces 10 year old Nigerian as the winner of its global competition Girls Who Innovate in the 9-12-year-old category
  • Ericsson engaged over 500 girls across the Middle East and Africa through a number of events and activities aimed at inspiring and guiding them into careers in ICT
  • Ericsson aims to embrace gender diversity by reflecting 30% female inclusion across its entire workforce by 2020.