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Ericsson names new head for PH, SG, and Brunei

Swedish network equipment maker Ericsson has announced the appointment of Daniel Ode as head of Ericsson for the Philippines, Singapore, Brunei, and head of Global Customer Unit (GCU) Singtel Group in Market Area Southeast Asia, Oceania and India (MOAI).

PLDT-Smart to deploy drones to preserve PH peatlands

Made of carbon-rich soil derived from dead and decaying plant matter under high water saturation condition, peatlands can store twice as much carbon as all the world’s forests combined.

Hoping to establish early lead, Ericsson focuses on 5G shift

5G technology heralds a new age of faster connectivity speeds and lower latency rates.

Ericsson report: 5G uptake even faster than expected

In Q1, the Philippines added the third highest number of mobile subscribers in the world with four million net additions.

Smart teams up with Ericsson for 5G-ready workforce

The Technofest is part of Smart and Ericsson's joint 5G efforts, which was launched in August, when the two companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to deploy the country?s first 5G pilot network by the first half of 2019.

Smart, Ericsson ink pact for 5G trial deployment in 2019

Smart Communications and Ericsson have signed an MoU to deploy the country's first 5G pilot network by the first half of 2019.

Ericsson satellite technology used in Pacquiao-Mayweather broadcast

Ericsson was selected to provide an additional level of support for PSSI Global Services, LLC (also dba Strategic Television) and its on-site satellite truck content delivery of the boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao last May 2.

Ericsson launches world’s first indoor picocell for small buildings

Known as the RBS 6402, the transmitter is the ?first picocell to support LTE speeds of up to 300 Mbps with carrier aggregation and delivers twice the capacity and speed,? the company said in a statement.

Ericsson unveils ?revolutionary? indoor wireless system

The Swedish telecom equipment maker is launching a cellular radio that is small enough to fit a person's hand, but provides enough indoor network coverage for a crowd.
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