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Latest Ericsson news

  • Huawei doing rather nicely, thank you very much

    Huawei, which ranks behind Sweden's Ericsson in telecom gear sales, will release audited financial results for last year in the second quarter of this year.
  • Chinese firms win huge 4G contracts

    Ericsson and Huawei had been hoping that China Mobile's 4G contract would lift the fortunes of an industry that has been hit by a lack of spending worldwide.
  • Intel scoops up ST Ericsson GPS unit

    Intel has bought up what’s left of ST Ericsson’s GPU business unit. ST Ericsson came to screeching halt earlier this year, after the founders of the mobile chip joint venture decided it is time to call it quits. It is set to be closed down next quarter.
  • Chinese telcos bitten by EU watchdogs

    Equally, there might be opposition to the moves from European companies. Ericsson is the global leader with a 35 percent market share and openly said it opposed the Commission's move.
  • European Investment Bank throws cash at STMicro

    STMicro has been given some extra pocket money by the European Investment Bank, following it dumping the money pit chip venture STEricsson.
  • ST Ericsson starts to unravel

    It is starting to look like ST-Ericsson might shut its doors, or at least undergo a massive transformation. The joint venture between Ericsson and STMicroelectronics was supposed to revamp the European semiconductor business, but it never quite took off.
  • LTE base station market to hit $6.37 billion this year

    Although 3G services were rolled out just five years ago, the mobile boom has generated more demand for bandwidth than the "old" standard can handle. That means 4G is expanding, quick, from Ethiopia to Europe.
  • Samsung complains to US ITC over Ericsson

    Samsung has filed a complaint against Ericsson with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) and wants the Swedish outfit's products banned in the Land of the Fee.
  • Ericsson has a crack at banning Samsung

    Ericsson has become the latest to try to stop Samsung's mobile success by patent trolling it into oblivion.
  • Ericsson likely to buy Nokia Siemens Networks business arm

    Ericsson is starting to look likely to buy the business support systems (BSS) unit of rival Nokia Siemens Networks.
  • Huawei denies getting Chinese cash

    Huawei, the world's No.2 telecom equipment vendor after Sweden's Ericsson told | Reuters that it has not received any communication from the European Commission regarding any investigation.
  • A Rockstar troll ate my patents

    Last summer, Jobs' Mob, Vole, EMC, RIM, Ericsson and Sony all teamed up to buy Nortel's patents for $4.5 billion.
  • EU declares war on Chinese telecom makers

    Huawei and ZTE compete globally in the telecom equipment business with European vendors such as Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent and Siemens-Nokia.
  • Ericsson in hot water over cold war feud

    That was until Ericsson apparently forgot all about it and was doing some dodgy dealings with Cuba.
  • Global sales boss flees broken RIM

    Tear spent most of his career working for Sony which is a major success story, Ericsson and the Sony Ericsson mobile phone joint venture.
  • Hybrid processors fuel $111 billion market

    Apple, Broadcom, Marvell, MediaTek, NVidia, Qualcomm, Samsung, St Ericsson, Texas Instruments and many other processor vendors have offered heterogeneous application-specific processors with a microprocessor core integrating a GPU to add value within extremely confined parameters of space, power and
  • RIM pins hopes on new marketing person

    Boulben was not the only wireless industry vet who is bravely going where no career has gone before. Kristian Tear, who has previously worked at Sony and Ericsson, is going to be RIM's new chief operating officer.
  • Nokia turns patent troll

    Nokia is to be feared as a patent troll as it has one of the widest patent portfolios in the industry, along with Ericsson and Qualcomm.

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