|Bid||0.00 x 43500|
|Ask||0.00 x 36200|
|Day's Range||8.52 - 8.67|
|52 Week Range||7.58 - 10.46|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.11 (1.29%)|
|1y Target Est||10.47|
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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As 5G partner and sole radio access network provider, the contract allows Ericsson (ERIC) to enable nationwide 5G in Telia Norway's network by 2023.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- As 5G partner and sole RAN vendor, this contract will allow Ericsson to enable nationwide 5G in Telia Norway's next-generation network by 2023 Ericsson Radio System ...
By integrating radios with antennas while making the best use of site space, Ericsson (ERIC) continues to develop a world-class next-generation portfolio.
While Juniper (JNPR) augments network capabilities in the United Kingdom, Viasat (VSAT) extends its footprint in the Latin American market of Brazil.
Report to be released at approximately 7:00 AM CEST on October 17, 2019 One conference call for analysts, investors and journalists at 9:00 AM CEST An Investor Update, an online-only digital event, on ...
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Ericsson (ERIC) has completed its acquisition of the antenna and filter division of Kathrein, a world leading provider of antenna and filter technologies with headquarters in Rosenheim, Germany. Today's closing follows the announcement on February 25, 2019 that Ericsson intended to acquire Kathrein's antenna and filter business. Ericsson is looking forward to providing its customers a broadened Ericsson Radio System offering.
- Ericsson to supply KDDI with radio access network gear for 5G spectrum bands - First commercial 5G services expected in March 2020 - The two companies have been collaborating on 5G since November 2015, ...