9.22 +0.16 (1.77%)
Pre-Market: 5:15AM EDT
|Bid||9.16 x 21500|
|Ask||9.17 x 40700|
|Day's Range||8.80 - 9.24|
|52 Week Range||7.58 - 10.46|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.11 (1.27%)|
|1y Target Est||10.57|
- Ericsson Radio System 5G New Radio (NR) hardware and software solutions deployment underway - Ericsson now has commercial 5G contracts with all three Korean communication service providers - Job creation ...
Despite higher year-over-year sales, Ericsson (ERIC) misses Q3 earnings estimates mainly due to a provision of SEK 11.5 billion. Management raises 2020 sales target on the back of accelerated demand for 5G.
While AT&T (T) intends to sell its wireless and wireline operations in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, Ericsson (ERIC) is offering support services to rural Wireless Internet Service Providers across the United States.
- Experience 18 live demos that will showcase how companies can push the boundaries of what is possible and make 5G come alive - 60 total demos will highlight the power of 5G to transform Industry 4.0 ...
Shares of Nokia Corp. shot 3.9% on heavy premarket volume Thursday, in the wake upbeat results from fellow Nordic networking company Ericsson and optimism in European stocks after a Brexit deal was announced. Trading volume in Nokia's stock topped 1.1 million shares, making it the second-most actively traded ahead of the open. Ericsson's stock surged 6.6% toward a 3-month high after the company reported a surprise third-quarter loss but revenue that beat expectations, according to FactSet data. The company reported an improvement in gross margin and said it saw signs of a turnaround in digital services. Separately, the Euro Stoxx 50 rose 0.2% and the FTSE 100 gained 0.6% as Britain and the European Union agreed on a deal for Britain to leave the EU.
European shares edged lower on Thursday, as strong earnings from Sweden's Ericsson were offset by fading optimism over the Brexit deal amid investor worries about its support in the British parliament. The pan-European STOXX 600 index closed down 0.1% after gaining as much as 0.9%, as investors initially cheered news that the European Union and Britain had clinched a deal on the terms of Britain's exit from the bloc.
STOCKHOLM , Oct. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Third quarter highlights Sales were SEK 57.1 (53.8) b . Sales adjusted for comparable units and currency increased by 3% driven by strong growth in North America ...
Telecoms equipment maker Ericsson beat quarterly core earnings expectations on Thursday and lifted its market forecast for this year and its sales target for 2020, saying demand for superfast 5G networks was taking off earlier than expected. 5G networks are at the centre of a brewing technology war between United States and China, as they are expected to host critical functions from autonomous vehicles to smart electric grids and military communications, underscoring their importance to national security. Washington has put Chinese supplier Huawei on a trade blacklist and led a worldwide campaign to convince allies to ban the firm from their 5G networks, alleging its equipment could be used by Beijing for spying - which Huawei has repeatedly denied.
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Ericsson (ERIC) will provide its industry-leading radio system for use across Xtreme Enterprises' network solution and service portfolio to deliver stable broadband speed and reliability of data usage.
China's Huawei may be facing closer official scrutiny in Europe amid U.S. allegations that it poses a security threat, but mobile operators in the region are still queuing up to buy its gear for their next-generation 5G networks. Of 65 commercial deals that Huawei has signed, half are with European customers building ultra-fast fifth-generation networks, the global networks market leader said on Tuesday at a client conference in Zurich.
- Strategic partnership allows Ericsson to include its Ericsson Radio System into Xtreme's network solution and service portfolio - New products allow Xtreme to provide carrier-class wireless solutions ...
Ericsson's (ERIC) third-quarter results are supported by commercial 5G contract wins in 19 customer networks across 15 countries, spanning four continents.
- Partnership with Ericsson will allow Watch Communications to deliver increased internet connectivity to rural communities in Ohio, Illinois and Indiana - USD 53 million project will use Ericsson's Radio ...
Government officials confirmed that Germany's so-called security catalogue foresaw an evaluation of technical and other criteria, but that no single vendor would be barred in order to create a level playing field for equipment vendors. The United States has piled pressure on its allies to shut out Huawei, the leading telecoms equipment vendor with a global market share of 28%, saying its gear contained 'back doors' that would enable China to spy on other countries. German operators are all customers of Huawei and have warned that banning the Chinese vendor would add years of delays and billions of dollars in costs to launching 5G networks.
A new German security rulebook will not exclude Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies from supplying gear for the country's 5G mobile networks, a senior government source said on Monday. The 'security catalogue', due to be published this week, will confirm Germany's decision to keep a level playing field for suppliers to next-generation telecoms networks, despite calls by the United States to ban Huawei. Operators had warned that banning Huawei could add years of delays and billions of dollars in costs to rolling out 5G networks in Germany that could power super-fast home broadband, connected factories or, one day, self-driving cars.
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The world's mobile phone networks are being upgraded for 5G. The next-generation service will offer much faster data speeds. And that looks like being good news for Ericsson. The Swedish telecom gear maker beat forecasts on Thursday (October 17). It says 5G is catching on faster than it expected. Ericsson lifted its outlook for the year by about ten percent as a result. It now expects sales of up to 24.5 billion dollars. One surprise though. Ericsson says it's not seeing any benefit from the woes of its big rival. Huawei - the largest maker of telecoms equipment - is blacklisted by the U.S. over allegations it cooperates with Chinese spies. That's something the firm strongly denies. But Australia and New Zealand have joined the U.S. in banning the Chinese firm from their 5G networks. Some analysts thought that would let Ericsson cash in. But chief executive Borje Ekholm says that's not the case. He says all it's done is create worry and uncertainty in the market - to everyone's detriment.