ericsson (lm) tel-sp adr (ERIC) Key Developments
Etisalat Group and Ericsson Enter into a Strategic Partnership to Develop 5G
Mar 5 15
Etisalat Group and Ericsson have entered into a strategic partnership to develop 5G, the next generation of mobile technology, WAM, the Emirates News Agency reported. The two companies will exchange knowledge, share pioneering system and tap into the potential of 5G technology, which will help deliver the future Networked Society. The partnership will also tap into the potential of 450 Mbps LTE speed that can be accomplished thanks to License Assisted Access (LAA) technology. LAA will help to improve mobile data speeds and reduce congestion, spearheads the journey to 5G.
Ooredoo and Ericsson Launch M2M Platform In Indonesia
Mar 3 15
Indosat and Ericsson launched a cloud-based Machine-to-Machine (M2M) platform in Indonesia. The platform, Ericsson Device Connection Platform (DCP), uses innovative technologies suited to developing markets, which create connected solutions to existing problems. Indosat is the first member of Ooredoo Group to launch this M2M platform with Qatar, Algeria and Tunisia scheduled to follow 2015.
Ericsson and ABB Partner to Transform Data Center Infrastructure
Mar 3 15
Ericsson has signed a strategic alliance agreement with ABB to transform how data center resources are architected, optimized and managed. The collaboration is an important step in realizing one controlled end-to-end holistic approach on how to manage, automate and govern total datacenter infrastructure and operations. The alliance will bring together the Ericsson Cloud System and ABB's Decathlon(R) for Data Centers - a data center infrastructure management (DCIM) system. Data center operators will gain the opportunity to automate and govern operations across not only compute, storage, network hardware and software - but also power, cooling and other IT management systems. This fully integrated solution is designed to significantly improve ease of use, efficiency and sustainability.
Telkomsel Selects Ericsson for an OSS Transformation
Mar 3 15
Telkomsel has selected Ericsson for an OSS transformation. Telkomsel will deploy a range of Ericsson software services. Ericsson's Consulting and Systems Integration will power the transformation planning and consolidation of Telkomsel's network operations center. Ericsson will also provide OSS services for fault and configuration management, service fulfillment and service quality management. Ericsson Granite Inventory, Ericsson Discovery and Reconciliation and Ericsson Experience Manager will replace the legacy services previously used by Telkomsel.
Ericsson Introduces Industrialized Data-Centric Security
Mar 3 15
Ericsson has announced the introduction of Industrialized an data-centric security offering based on its partnership with Guardtime. The solutions will enhance trust in data and enterprise digital assets, facilitate business continuity, secure industrial control systems, and provide control and accountability for Internet of Things and machine-to-machine applications in the Networked Society. The offering provides customers with a unique, greatly scalable approach to system integrity. Based on a global Ericsson infrastructure for generating and verifying data signatures, the solution gives independent, mathematical proof of time and integrity, as well as attribution of origin. The industrialized Ericsson solution is capable of signing and verifying a vast amount of data per second - with verification independent of key-stores, administrators, or trusted parties. The Data-Centric Security portfolio provides a global security infrastructure based on Guardtime's KSI technology. It includes the solutions: Ericsson Cybersecurity, Ericsson Big Data Regulatory Compliance, Ericsson Industrial Infrastructure Assurance, and Ericsson Internet of Things Security. The solution comprises products and professional services for assessment, design, and build, including the operation and maintenance of a security operation center as a service.