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[Video]Cost of LTE devices to come down in 2-3 years

According to ST-Ericsson, the cost of LTE(4G) devices will come down in just two generations or 2-3 years, compared to the four generations it took with HSPA. ST-Ericsson is a 50/50 joint venture of Ericsson and STMicroelectronics. Watch the video interview after the jump.

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Global mobile data traffic nearly triples in 1 year

This post is written by Ericsson Mobile broadband currently accounts for only 10% of total mobile subscriptions but a rapidly increasing majority of the traffic. Ericsson’s (NASDAQ: ERIC) measurement of actual traffic in networks around the world show that global mobile data has nearly tripled in the last year, growing more than 10 times faster than voice. Mobile data traffic ...

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Ericsson comments on HSBB

Here’s an interview between a friend of mine from Ericsson, Sebastian Barros commenting on TM’s newly launched HSBB service- UniFi. Listen to the podcast after the jump- Interviewed by BFM on the 7th April 2010.

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Ericsson set two world records- 84Mbps on HSPA & 1.2Gbps on LTE

Impressive! Ericsson has set a world record at the recent GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It managed to hit 84Mbps on HSPA and 1.2Gbps on LTE/4G. Similarly last year in March 2009, Ericsson set a world record on HSPA at the speed of 56Mbps. Full press release after the jump.

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WCIT 2008 Interview #1

Check out this interview with Kamil Othman, Vice President of Creative Multimedia Department, MDEC and Sebastian Barros, Multimedia Marketing Manager , Ericsson Malaysia.

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Ericsson Malaysia Confident for more Contracts

Telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is confident of securing more contracts within the next three years, driven by the investments of telecom operators. Its president and country manager Krishna Kumar said telecom operators were expected to increase their expenditure in both fixed and mobile sectors to meet customers’ need for speedy and affordable access. He estimated the total ...

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