Mobile data traffic in Africa to grow 12 times by 2025
Mobile data traffic in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is estimated to grow by 12 times the current figures, with total traffic increasing from 0.33 Exabytes (EB) per month to 4EB by 2025.
Ericsson highlights digital infrastructure as priority during COVID-19 pandemic
Mobile telecommunications company Ericsson has advised countries and telecommunication companies to invest in strengthening their digital infrastructures during the coronavirus pandemic due to the surge in the use of network-based communication and collaboration tools.
Report sees industry digitalisation market hit $700 billion by 2030
A report - 5G for business: a 2030 market compass, has estimated that the addressable industry digitalisation market for service providers could grow to about $700 billion by the end of the next decade.
Ericsson appoints Nora as Head of West Africa operations
Ericsson has announced the appointment of Nora Wahby as Head of Ericsson West Africa. Wahby will oversee Ericsson’s business within this geography, holding responsibility for Key Accounts in West Africa and attending to common function resources used to gain efficiencies. Nora’s illustrious career with Ericsson started almost 20 years ago when she joined Ericsson Egypt…
Ericsson predicts dominance of body language, user interface in digital era
Swedish technology giant, Ericsson, has predicted the dominance of body language and user interface in the digital era. Ericsson, through its ConsumerLab survey, which is in it seventh year, highlighted 10 hot consumer trends that will shape businesses and human thinking for 2018 and beyond. The report points to a paradigm shift as consumers expect…
Ericsson targets operators with new 5G platform
To capture growth opportunities presented by new 5G use cases, Swedish Technology Company, Ericsson expands its 5G Core System offering with new capabilities to support 5G NR and also enhances its Distributed Cloud solution.
Airtel Nigeria selects Ericsson for core network upgrade
Airtel Nigeria has signed a three-year contract with Ericsson to modernize and expand its packet core network, paving the way for even faster mobile broadband services and enhanced user experience for its subscribers.
Ericsson says mobile broadband boosts global GDP by 2.8%
As mobile broadband penetration increases by 10%, it causes a 0.6% to 2.8% rise in gross domestic product (GDP).This is according to Ericsson’s report titled “How Important Are Mobile Broadband Networks for Global Economic Development?” The report examines data from 135 countries.
Ericsson says Nigeria’s mobile subscribers grew by 3m in Q1
Nigeria grew its mobile subscriptions by three million in the first quarter of 2017, the 12th Ericsson Mobility Report has shown.
Ericsson urges FG to pay attention to mobility, broadband & cloud
Rutger Reman, newly appointed as the vice president, head, Customer Unit and managing director, Ericsson Nigeria, has urged the federal government to Nigeria to pay attention to the three transformative technologies that...