Recently, UScellular, Qualcomm Technologies Ericsson, and Inseego announced that they have successfully achieved a 5G extended-range milestone over millimeter Wave (mmWave) on a commercial network. Continue reading “UScellular, Qualcomm and Ericsson achieve 5G extended-range milestone over mmWave”
Ericsson has announced that it has been selected by Vodafone Idea Limited which combinedly India’s leading telecom service provider, to deploy 5G-ready equipment across select markets in India. As a VIL partner, Ericsson is deploying next-generation technology with built-in customizations and innovations to deliver rich consumer experience. Continue reading “Ericsson to deploy 5G-ready LTE equipment for Vodafone Idea in India”
A software issue on Ericsson is said to be causing millions of mobile phone users around unable to use their smartphones. Japanese smartphone users on the SoftBank network and British customers on O2 are facing network outage as the 4G network crashed around 5 am local time in the UK. Continue reading “Ericsson acknowledges worldwide network outages, says it is working with operators to solve the issue”
Qualcomm Technologies and Ericsson at the 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong announced the successful completion of a 3GPP Rel-15 spec compliant 5G NR over-the-air (OTA) call over sub-6 GHz bands on a smartphone form factor mobile test device. The OTA call was conducted in the Ericsson Lab in Stockholm, Sweden on the 3.5 GHz band. Continue reading “Qualcomm and Ericsson make first 3GPP-compliant 5G NR sub-6 GHz OTA call”
Verizon, Ericsson, and Qualcomm Technologies today announced that they have completed the first end-to-end call with a smartphone form factor test device on a commercial 3GPP 5G New Radio (NR) network in Minneapolis, MN. This test demonstrates the experience consumers will eventually have on a commercial 5G NR network when it becomes available. Continue reading “Verizon completes first 5G NR call on a commercial network with simulated smartphone”
Ericsson is expanding its 5G platform by adding new hardware and software products to the Ericsson Radio System portfolio. This will enhance the agility and speed with which Indian operators can roll out their 5G networks. In addition to it, the company is strengthening its mobile transport solutions by building on its radio expertise and adding transport technologies from Juniper Networks and ECI. Continue reading “Ericsson expands end-to-end 5G platform in India with new radio products, software solutions”
Ericsson has just become the first company to introduce a 5G network platform that will help current networks evolve smoothly into the next generation network.
Singtel and Ericsson have teamed up to bring 5G innovation in Singapore. The duo has completed live demonstration of the potential of 5G. Continue reading “Singtel and Ericsson complete 5G live demonstration in Singapore”
Ericsson and Apple have ended their patent dispute by signing global patent license agreement that ends all ongoing infringement claims between the companies.
The loss making join venture between STMicroelectronics and Ericsson will be split and parts of the business will be absorbed between the two companies while the rest will be closed according to a report by Reuters. The move will result in the loss of 1600 jobs. The future of ST-Ericsson has been in question since one of their top customers, Nokia, dropped support for Symbian and shifted to Windows Phone resulting in a change in the choice of chipset. Continue reading “ST-Ericsson: Loss making mobile chip venture to be split, 1600 jobs to go”
Reuters reports that STMicroelectronics plans to cut costs by quitting its joint venture with Ericsson. The ST-Ericsson mobile chipset venture made losses equivalent to $841 million last year and has been steadily losing market share.
AT&T has just announced the Xperia Ion at its CES keynote event. The Android smartphone sports a 4.6″ HD 720p display. The camera is a 12MP unit equipped with Sony’s proprietary Exmor R technology for better low light capabilities. 16GB of inbuilt storage will be available on the LTE equipped device.
Right on the heels of the SE Nozomi leak comes the Sony Ericsson MT27i also called the Pepper. The handset appears to be the successor the Sony Ericsson Neo. The design seems to follow a two tone color scheme featuring black and white body panels.
Yes, you read the title right. The phone is indeed called Sony XPERIA LT22 ( codenamed Nyphon). The phone in the leaked picture above might be the first re-branded XPERIA phone.