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  Careers at Ericsson
Business Unit Global Services focuses on supporting operators to grow their business by improving net subscriber revenue, becoming more operationally efficient, and seamlessly evolving their network to meet current and future demands.
Ericsson offers a unique teamwork environment, a heavy investment in your competence development, and competitive compensation.
Ericsson Research performs cutting-edge research through cooperation with partners, customers, universities and research institutes around the world, as well as within the global Ericsson organization.
www.ericsson.com /ericsson/careers   (291 words)

  
  CNN.com - Ericsson posts hefty loss - Jan. 25, 2002
Ericsson, like Nokia and Motorola, is suffering as telecom operators slash spending and cut debt amid a global economic slowdown.
Ericsson's pretax loss in the last quarter of 2001 was 5.1 billion crowns, down from 5.8 billion in the third quarter.
Ericsson's sales forecast is less upbeat than that of Nokia, which on Thursday forecast it would increase sales 15 percent this year after a weaker first quarter.
edition.cnn.com /2002/BUSINESS/01/25/ericsson/index.html   (506 words)

  
 CNN.com - Ericsson soars, names new CEO - Feb. 6, 2003
Hellstrom became president of Ericsson in 1999 and CEO from the start of 2001 but has been in charge while the world's biggest maker of wireless network equipment posted losses for the past seven quarters as demand for equipment continues to decline.
Ericsson, like its rivals, has seen sales decline as telecom operators slashed spending on wireless equipment in an effort to manage the balance sheets after spending heavily on expansion.
Ericsson has been forced to go into partnership with Japan's Sony to make mobile phones after losing market share to Nokia and Ericsson and had to ask shareholders for 30 billion crowns to prop up its ailing balance sheet.
cnn.com /2003/BUSINESS/02/06/ericsson/index.html   (440 words)

  
  CNN.com - Ericsson may stop Sony venture - August 30, 2002
Ericsson, which is raising $3.2 billion in a share sale to bolster its balance sheet, is struggling to make a profit as global demand for wireless infrastructure declines and handset sales stagnate.
Sony Ericsson was created in October last year and aimed to be profitable in the first year of its operations.
Both Sony and Ericsson have committed to inject 500 million euros each into the firm by October 2003, but Ericsson's Chief Financial Officer Sten Fornel said on August 13 that Ericsson would not put any more cash into Sony Ericsson this year and that investment next year was likely to be limited.
archives.cnn.com /2002/BUSINESS/08/30/ericsson/index.html   (424 words)

  
 Dr. K. Anders Ericsson   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ericsson, K. A., Krampe, R. Th., and Tesch-Römer, C. The role of deliberate practice in the acquisition of expert performance.
Ericsson, K. A., and Smith, J. Prospects and limits in the empirical study of expertise: An introduction.
Ericsson, K. Valid and non-reactive verbalization of thoughts during performance of tasks: Toward a solution to the central problems of introspection as a source of scientific data.
www.psy.fsu.edu /faculty/ericsson.dp.html   (1119 words)

  
 CNN.com - Ericsson sees no improvement in the telecom market - Aug. 30, 2001
Ericsson last month posted a second-quarter net loss of 14.2 billion Swedish crowns ($1.4 billion) and took a big restructuring charge.
Ericsson, like leading rivals Nokia and Motorola (MOT: Research, Estimates), is suffering the effects of the economic slowdown in the U.S. and a reduction in orders from debt-laden phone companies.
Blomqvist's comments were made in Ericsson's Contact weekly magazine and translated from Swedish for CNN by Mads Madsen, director of media relations at Ericsson.
edition.cnn.com /2001/BUSINESS/08/30/ericsson   (329 words)

  
 Ericsson - Gizmodo
Ericsson has been authorized to place mobile sensors in the trunks of 50 New York City cabs with the goal of tracking drop zones.
Sony Ericsson liked Fossil's idea for a caller ID wristwatch so much that they took the technology and re-designed it as the MBW-100 — adding the ability to control their...
Ericsson announced Thursday that they will be assisting in the destruction of the English language by promoting a range of incomprehensible abbreviations, beginnning with a demonstration at CTIA of...
www.gizmodo.com /gadgets/ericsson   (629 words)

  
 EMC: Partners: Partner Profile: Ericsson
Ericsson is a world-leading provider of telecommunications equipment and related services to mobile and fixed network operators globally.
Over 1,000 networks in 140 countries utilize Ericsson’s network equipment and 40 percent of all mobile calls are made through Ericsson’s systems.
Through the OEM relationship with Ericsson, EMC provides systems, software, services, and solutions for building and managing secure and flexible Multimedia Solutions, enabling service providers to drive revenue by delivering telecommunication services to end-users regardless of access type.
www.emc.com /partnersalliances/partner_pages/ericsson.jsp   (124 words)

  
 Ericsson
Ericsson supply operators and service providers around the world with end-to-end solutions in mobile and broadband Internet.
The Bluetooth Basebands from Ericsson Microelectronics are generic baseband controllers designed to be suitable for both host and embedded solutions.
Sony Ericsson's M600i is a Symbian/UIQ smartphone with wide appeal, thanks to its support for 3G connectivity, push email, the Opera Web browser, plus a range of multimedia features.
www.palowireless.com /database/ericsson   (594 words)

  
 Ericsson - Sybase Inc
Ericsson, the largest world supplier of mobile systems, needed to develop a business and financial reporting system that would give them greater business insight.
The Sybase solution delivered a firmer grip on the way Ericsson runs its business, a surer touch by managers on individual issues, more confident and effective action to resolve problems and a higher level strategic view.
Users have smooth and secure communication of management information throughout Ericsson’s international operations, with easy access to key performance indicators in an easy-to-assimilate graphical environment.
www.sybase.com /detail?id=1033735   (420 words)

  
 Ericsson Acquires Redback For $2.1 Billion
Ericsson's core systems are infrastructure for wireless technologies and updated equipment for broadband services over existing copper lines.
Ericsson's strategy for Redback is to provide new equipment to upgrade their networks and improve services.
In their announcement, Ericsson and Redback said they believe there is market opportunity to upgrade more than two billion wired and wireless users worldwide over the next ten years to all IP-based broadband infrastructures.
www.internetnews.com /bus-news/article.php/3650141   (683 words)

  
 GigaOM   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ericsson has be buying-and-bulking up, feeling confident enough to challenge the other traditionals in the networking gear business.
Both Ericsson and Nokia will supply network equipment for the deployment of T-Mobile’s planned 3G network in the U.S, the companies said this morning.
While nowhere as large as Nokia, Siemens or Ericsson, the company is an important supplier to the likes of Cingular.
gigaom.com /tag/Ericsson   (884 words)

  
 Java Docs and Tools
Please refer to the release notes for requirements and developers guidelines for usage instructions.
Sony Ericsson Blueprints are complete open source applications which aim to illustrate how the Java platform can be used to create exciting and innovative applications.
Note that the blueprints package requires the Sony Ericsson SDK for the Java ME platform.
developer.sonyericsson.com /site/global/docstools/java/p_java.jsp   (838 words)

  
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Per Nordlof, Ericsson's director of product strategy and portfolio management, said the companies will together develop software to link their products through wireless networks.
"There is a strong confidence between Ericsson and Sony after the success of the handset business and we will work to develop software that connects the gadgets in the homes with the outer world," he told journalists at a news conference.
Ericsson believes telecom operators will also have to offer television through their broadband networks.
today.reuters.com /news/articlenews.aspx?type=technologyNews&storyid=2006-11-24T005235Z_01_L23351266_RTRUKOC_0_US-TELECOMS-ERICSSON-SONY.xml   (420 words)

  
 Sony Ericsson W800i Reviews. Cell Phones Reviews by CNET.
Sony Ericsson has largely concentrated on candy bar models, and the Sony Ericsson W800i Walkman phone is no exception.
Like the Sony Ericsson K750i, the W800i is designed to resemble a stand-alone camera from behind; when held horizontally, the phone's back puts the shutter and zoom controls on the top edge.
The Sony Ericsson W800i's powerful camera comes with an amazing range of features, but it takes pictures in just three sizes (1632x1224, 640x480, and 160x120); we expected more choices from such a high-quality camera.
reviews.cnet.com /Sony_Ericsson_W800i/4505-6454_7-31313352.html   (1961 words)

  
 Ericsson Testing with Pearson VUE
We regret to inform you that the Ericsson Certification Program will be discontinued.
As of 18 October, 2002, Ericsson’s certification exams are no longer be available through Pearson VUE.
If candidates have specific questions regarding their certification they should contact Ericsson directly at certification@ericsson.com.
www.vue.com /ericsson   (145 words)

  
 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications
Developer World: documentation and tools for wireless developers
Sony Ericsson Application Shop: superior software for smarter phones
Copyright © 2007 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB.
www.sonyericsson.com   (33 words)

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