The move to handling essential elements of everyday life online, prompted by the Global Covid-19 pandemic, will remain a fundamental reality for people around the world long after the pandemic has passed, a comprehensive new consumer report by Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) predicts. Called The Future Urban Reality, the Ericsson ConsumerLab report is Ericsson’s largest consumer study to date. It reveals key insights about what consumers believe will happen beyond the pandemic to the year 2025.
According to recent research on the topic of large Croatian companies reporting on negative impacts on the climate, the awareness of the importance of recognizing, removing and reporting on the risks of negative impacts on the climate has not been raised sufficiently.Even though the results of the research are not encouraging and we hope that they will improve soon, we are proud that the research has shown that Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group is the only large company in Croatia which takes an overall look at the risks posed by negative impacts on the climate which arise from its activities and is also the absolute leader in reporting on the risks of negative impacts on the climate.
Pursuant to the Companies Act, Art. 277, sections 2 and 3, the Managing Director of the joint stock company Ericsson Nikola Tesla, Zagreb, Krapinska 45, on May 14, 2021 passed the Decision on convocation of the Annual General Meeting, to be held at the registered office of the Company in Zagreb, Krapinska 45, on June 29, 2021 at 11 a.m.
• Largest 5G consumer study to date captures opinions equivalent to 1.3 billion consumers and 220 million 5G users • 5G users spend more time with cloud gaming and AR, while 20 percent have decreased usage of Wi-Fi on their phones at home and other locations after upgrading • Seven-in-ten 5G users expect more innovative services and apps, with indoor coverage rated two times more important than speed or battery life for early adopters
5G industrial pilot from Grundfos, TDC NET and Ericsson delivers valuable insights on future possibilities of 5G
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Production lines operating without cables, enhanced remote presence and Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) connected to a private 5G network. These were among the ingredients when Grundfos in collaboration with technology experts from TDC NET and Ericsson tested the wireless technology in one of their plants in Bjerringbro, Denmark. This was also the first time a 5G network was operated in an industrial setting in Denmark.
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