Posts Tagged ‘ Ericsson ’
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
India has come out on top globally in terms of mobile subscriber growth, with a net addition of over 13 million customers in July-September of 2015, an Ericsson Mobility report says. The report found that every second, a mobile connection got activated in India. “Global mobile subscriptions ar...
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is to investigate Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson in regard to a dispute over charges levied on Indian group Micromax for the use of Ericsson’s patents. Ericsson had sued Micromax in March 2013 for patent infringement and the company responde...
29 November, 2013 |
Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson struck a deal on Monday to buy Microsoft Corp’s Mediaroom IPTV business, which makes software used by phone companies to deliver television over the Internet, making it the world’s leader in a growing business. The sale marks the end of Microsof...
9 April, 2013 |
The world’s biggest telecom network equipment maker Ericsson has sued PE-backed mobile handset firm Micromax Informatics Ltd over alleged patent infringement and refusal to enter into licence agreement related to wireless technology standards such as GSM, EDGE and 3G, according to Delhi High Court...
26 March, 2013 |
Sony Corp is in talks to buy out Ericsson’s stake in their mobile phone joint venture, a source said, in a bid to catch up with rivals. The move could help Sony recoup ground in the battle against Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics, where it has been hampered by its disparate offerings of mobil...
7 October, 2011 |
Apple Inc and Research In Motion are part of a winning consortium of six companies buying bankrupt Nortel Networks Corp’s remaining patent portfolio for $4.5 billion, in a hotly contested auction that saw Google and Intel lose out. Microsoft Corp, EMC Corp, Sweden’s Ericsson and Sony Cor...
1 July, 2011 |
Aircel has joined hands with Ericsson in a three year contract to provide Aircel subscribers real time tracking, navigation information and information services while on the move via its Mobile Positioning Centre (GMPC and SMPC) and features. To avail these services, you won’t need a GPS enabled h...
4 May, 2011 |