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Why Does the World Need Ericsson?

by Börje Ekholm, President & CEO of Ericsson
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We are living through a period of enormous change - one that is upending established ways of thinking and working. This presents many challenges, but also vast new possibilities. And when we look to the future, we see a need like never before for businesses that are driven by a sense of their purpose – the reason they exist in the world. Therefore, we want Ericsson’s role in creating a more sustainable and connected future to drive everything we do today, and by imagining the possibilities of limitless connectivity for people, business and society.

Zero-Energy Devices - A New Opportunity in 6G

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Imagine a future where batteries never have to be recharged or replaced. Sound too good to be true? Perhaps not. Ericsson and MIT have teamed up to find out how zero-energy devices could harness energy from their surroundings – and transform industries in the process.

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Imagine a future where batteries never have to be recharged or replaced. Sound too good to be true? Perhaps not. Ericsson and MIT have teamed up to find out how zero-energy devices could harness energy from their surroundings – and transform industries in the process.

Connect to Learn: Aiming to Improve Learning Outcomes of Underprivileged Girls in Myanmar

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The Connect To Learn program is a public-private partnership that brings mobile technology and 3G/4G-based Internet access to underserved schools in Myanmar, offering students the opportunity to leapfrog to a 21st century education. The program promotes universal access to quality secondary education by providing user-friendly learning devices for teachers and students to use in the classroom. The program delivers information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and training to nearly 30,000 students and 310 teachers from 31 schools.

Qualcomm's Connect to Learn Program

Aiming to Improve Learning Outcomes of Underprivileged Girls in Myanmar
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The Connect To Learn program is a public-private partnership that brings mobile technology and 3G/4G-based Internet access to underserved schools in Myanmar, offering students the opportunity to leapfrog to a 21st century education. The program promotes universal access to quality secondary education by providing user-friendly learning devices for teachers and students to use in the classroom. The program delivers information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and training to nearly 30,000 students and 310 teachers from 31 schools.

Ericsson’s Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Report, Technology for Good – Solutions to Help Meet the SDG's

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Ericsson publishes its 24th annual Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Report , detailing the company’s progress toward connecting business and sustainability. Using SDGs as a framework for the company’s impact on society, the report summarizes Ericsson’s achievements in three areas: responsible business; energy, environment and climate change; and internet for all.

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5G Cellular Evolution: Why It Will be a Foundation for Smart Cities

By Glenn Laxdal, Chief Technology Officer, Ericsson
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The power of connectivity is transforming all industries and forward-thinking cities.

This digital transformation is driving the next generation of wireless access—5G—targeting commercial availability around 2020. Just as 4G/LTE technology enabled the explosion of smartphones, mobile applications, and mobile commerce, the evolution to 5G will enable rapidly growing, diverse services for both human and machine communications.

Refugees United, The Social Network That's More Important Than Facebook, Goes Mobile

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Plenty of people use the power of the internet to trace and reconnect with old friends. Two brothers from Denmark, however, are working to harness that power for a greater social good. Christopher and David Mikkelsen founded Refugees United, an NGO that uses secure web and mobile technology to enable refugees to find loved ones throughout the world.

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