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Last kr93.20 SEK
Change Today -0.95 / -1.01%
Volume 8.3M
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As of 11:30 AM 05/22/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

ericsson lm-b shs (ERICB) Snapshot

Open
kr94.25
Previous Close
kr94.15
Day High
kr94.40
Day Low
kr92.90
52 Week High
04/14/15 - kr120.00
52 Week Low
07/11/14 - kr77.90
Market Cap
306.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
10.2M
EPS TTM
kr3.33
Shares Outstanding
3.0B
EX-Date
04/15/15
P/E TM
28.0x
Dividend
kr3.40
Dividend Yield
3.65%
Current Stock Chart for ERICSSON LM-B SHS (ERICB)

ericsson lm-b shs (ERICB) Details

Ericsson provides communications technology and services worldwide. The company’s Networks segment delivers products and solutions for mobile access, Internet protocol (IP) and transmission networks, core networks, and cloud. This segment offers radio access solutions; IP routing and transport solutions; transmission/backhaul solutions comprising microwave and optical transmission solutions for mobile and fixed networks; IP multimedia subsystem solutions; and operations support systems, as well as supports operators’ management of existing networks. Its Global Services segment delivers managed services, such as services for designing, building, operating, and managing networks or solutions; maintenance; network sharing solutions; shared solutions; and managed services of IT environments, as well as provides broadcast and media services. This segment also offers product-related services, including services to expand, upgrade, restructure, or migrate networks; network-rollout services; customer support; and network optimization services. In addition, it provides consulting and systems integration services comprising technology and operational consulting, integration of multi-vendor equipment, design and integration, and transforming programs; and industry specific solutions. The company’s Support Solutions segment offers operations support systems; business support systems that provide revenue management, mediation, and customer care solutions; television (TV) solutions for the creation, management, and delivery of TV experiences on any device over any network; and M-Commerce solutions for money transfer. It serves telecom operators and government, as well as media, transport, and automotive industries. Ericsson was founded in 1876 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.

118,706 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/23/15
Founded in 1876

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ericsson lm-b shs (ERICB) Key Developments

Ericsson Introduces New DC/DC Converter Module Based on HRR Technology

Ericsson has introduced a new DC/DC converter module based on its proprietary power topology, the hybrid regulated ratio, or HRR, technology. The latest member of the PKM-NH series, the PKM4817LNH has been optimized for parallel operation to power 2200W boards in extreme-data-demand applications in the datacom industry. Offering 800W of power per unit, up to three PKM4817LNH modules can be connected in parallel to achieve a total deliverable power of 2200W. Parallel mode uses Droop Load Sharing, which means the output voltage has a typical droop characteristic, whereby the output voltage slightly decreases when the load is increasing, while staying within system voltage limits. The combination of Ericsson's HRR technology and the ability to easily parallel these new modules makes it possible to deliver the necessary high-density power required in extreme data traffic applications. Available in a quarter-brick format with a footprint of 57.9 x 36.8 x 11.4mm, the PKM4817LNH operates with an input voltage range of 45V to 60V and delivers an output voltage of 10V-11V at 80A within the operational system voltage between 51V and 60V. Below 50V, in regulated-ratio mode, the output voltage self-adjusts for optimal operation and secures a stable voltage of 9.0V to 11V, even if the system bus voltage delivered via the front-end rectifier is operating abnormally. Obtaining a stable and regulated voltage while the system bus runs its normal operational voltage becomes a highly important capability to avoid traffic disruption, as well as providing enough time for system monitors to take required action and either turn on redundant power units or potentially shut down part of the system.

City of Sao Jose Dos Campos Selects Ericsson's Emergency Response System

Ericsson has announced that the Brazilian city of Sao Jose dos Campos has selected an emergency response system developed by Ericsson. Every time the emergency and police phone numbers are dialed within the city of Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo, Brazil, the municipality is ready to act and dispatch the needed services. Whether a fire, road accident, crime or natural disaster, the caller in distress will receive prompt support and lives can be saved. In addition to the emergency response system, the partnership between Ericsson and the municipality of Sao Jose dos Campos also includes a managed services agreement to locally support and manage the platform at the Integrated Operations Center, a connected video solution, 100 miles of fiber optic cable, and systems integration of software. This is the first managed services contract for Ericsson in the public safety sector within Latin America. Sao Jose dos Campos is the first city in Brazil to have its traffic and municipal guard communications systems connected through Ericsson's Emergency Response system - a complete and flexible solution that integrates telephone, radio, data, video and image communications systems wherever constant access and availability are essential, allowing users to control and communicate urgent information quickly and efficiently, thereby helping to save lives, improve public safety and manage public services.

'Elstra Adopts Ericsson CDN for Network Delivered Media

Telstra has deployed Ericsson's Media Delivery Network platform as a fully-managed CDN service. Ericsson will work with Telstra to leverage both the Media Delivery Network service and its core network functionality to develop content delivery and optimization services, supporting the growth of Telstra's media business. Ericsson's Media Delivery Network service allows delivery of content to the edge of fixed and wireless networks.

 

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