Ericsson Nikola Tesla completes a large project of improving the energy efficiency
Intelligent connected machines to be a major part of life by 2030, consumers predict
Ericsson Nikola Tesla helps and donates to earthquake victims in Sisak-Moslavina County
The Management Board and Leadership Team of Ericsson Nikola Tesla made a decision to donate HRK 400,000 to the account that the Government of the Republic of Croatia opened with the aim of collecting aid to repair the damage caused by earthquakes in the towns of Petrinja, Sisak and Glina and other towns and municipalities struck by devastating earthquakes.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla donates HRK 400 thousand
The year currently approaching its close has been marked by a prolonged fight with the novel corona virus that completely changed our lives and our ways of living. The greatest burden in opposition to this „invisible enemy“ is on those who have been on the first line of defence – our doctors, nurses and other medical and non-medical personnel in the healthcare system who have been putting in extra efforts to treat those infected with the virus. Therefore, we decided to donate HRK 400,000 to the healthcare system and to those in need.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla will deliver microwave transport technology to Hrvatski Telekom
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Extraordinary General Meeting of Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d. held
Ericsson report: A guide to Industry 4.0 transformation with private cellular technology
The latest Ericsson report guides manufacturers on how to overcome challenges such as falling productivity and growth, disruptions in supply chain and legacy wired assets, and details use cases to describe what it takes to thrive in Industry 4.0. To accelerate the path to smart manufacturing, private cellular networks deliver fast, reliable, and secure connectivity required by manufacturers.
More than 1 billion people will have access to 5G coverage by the end of 2020
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) projects that four out of every ten mobile subscriptions in 2026 will be 5G. This forecast is included in the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report. Current 5G uptake in subscriptions and population coverage confirms the technology as deploying the fastest of any generation of mobile connectivity.
5G can deliver EUR210 billion in benefits across Europe new study
Ericsson estimates USD 31 trillion 5G consumer market by 2030
5G could drive up to USD 31 trillion in cumulative consumer revenue in the ICT industry by 2030. Communications service providers could earn up to USD 3.7 trillion in cumulative 5G-enabled consumer revenues by 2030. Augmented Reality (AR) could drive more than half of all consumer spending on immersive media by 2030.