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Marek's Take: The Greening of the Gs

by Sue Marek
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Many years ago, I wrote about solar-powered cell sites being used in mobile networks. At that time, the wireless industry was in the early stages of thinking about “green” technologies and those solar-powered cell sites were primarily intended for developing the countries where there was no established electrical grid.

How Enterprises Can Facilitate the Journey to Net Zero

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From global corporations to individual citizens, we need to cut emissions by 50 percent no later than 2030. Based on the latest Future of Enterprises report, we take a closer look at what enterprises can do to reduce their environmental impact and facilitate the journey to net zero.

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From global corporations to individual citizens, we need to cut emissions by 50 percent no later than 2030. Based on the latest Future of Enterprises report, we take a closer look at what enterprises can do to reduce their environmental impact and facilitate the journey to net zero.

From Solution Integrator to Solutions Architect: One Individual's Exciting Career Journey

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What’s it like to work as a security expert for a global company, which invests heavily in security and offers an open invitation to customers for dialogue on the issue? And how can one make the most of the opportunities presented in such an environment to evolve professionally? Hermann Maurer is here to answer these questions and walk you through his own inspiring and motivating story.

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D&I Weekly News Round-Up: Class Diversity, Gender and More

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Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about first-generation-professionals, how Swedish parents are paid to look after sick children, why the gender of a surgeon might matter, and the #STEMTheGap campaign from Olay.

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Ericsson CEO: 3 Ways Telecom Can Drive Global Innovation in 2022

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The world is in the middle of a great digital transformation – one accelerated significantly by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It is clear now that COVID will continue to change all our lives in 2022, but there are other global challenges that are critically important to the long-term sustainability of society, such as climate change, the digital divide and economic growth. Now is the time for action.

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The world is in the middle of a great digital transformation – one accelerated significantly by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It is clear now that COVID will continue to change all our lives in 2022, but there are other global challenges that are critically important to the long-term sustainability of society, such as climate change, the digital divide and economic growth. Now is the time for action.

Tackling the Hot Topic of Global Energy Consumption for Mobile Networks

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After another summer of extreme weather and the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) behind us, environmental concerns are on everyone’s lips. Sustainable development is part of our mission here at Ericsson, so let’s consider how we can be part of the solution by examining how Ericsson Intelligent RAN Automation can contribute towards a sustainable future.

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After another summer of extreme weather and the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) behind us, environmental concerns are on everyone’s lips. Sustainable development is part of our mission here at Ericsson, so let’s consider how we can be part of the solution by examining how Ericsson Intelligent RAN Automation can contribute towards a sustainable future.

D&I Weekly News Round-up: Inclusion, Bias and More

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By Caroline Berns, Head of Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Acquisition, MMEA

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about racial bias in communication, gender inclusion in software, role incredulity and the impact on women, and a sign language app that makes movies more accessible.

D&I Weekly News Round-Up: Microaggressions, Bias and More

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Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about an encyclopaedia of microaggressions, how to interrupt bias in the workplace, gender pay gaps in medicine, and how AI can support the work of mental health providers.

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Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about an encyclopaedia of microaggressions, how to interrupt bias in the workplace, gender pay gaps in medicine, and how AI can support the work of mental health providers.

D&I Weekly News Round-Up: Microaggressions, Bias and More

Summary: 

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about an encyclopaedia of microaggressions, how to interrupt bias in the workplace, gender pay gaps in medicine, and how AI can support the work of mental health providers.

Newsletter

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about an encyclopaedia of microaggressions, how to interrupt bias in the workplace, gender pay gaps in medicine, and how AI can support the work of mental health providers.

How 5G Networks Can Help Break the Energy Curve and Support Sustainability Efforts

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In this episode of Will 5G Change the World?, Ericsson Chief Technology Officer for North America, Mike Murphy, discusses how network infrastructure modernization and other factors can help operators break the energy curve as they upgrade to 5G. Further, Murphy discusses Ericsson’s own sustainability initiatives, and shares his thoughts on how 5G can enable other applications with positive impacts on sustainability.

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