Borks free competition
Ericsson’s CEO said Sweden’s decision to ban China’s Huawei from its 5G telecoms networks restricts free competition and trade.
Higher margins and lots of Chinese work
Telecoms equipment supplier Ericsson is doing better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted thanks to higher margins and China’s 5G rollout.
After move to ignore Huawei
Dutch Telecoms outfit KPN is using Ericsson to build core elements of its new 5G mobile network following a decision last year not to use China’s Huawei.
Going a viking on the rivals
Ericsson posted better than expected quarterly earnings on strong demand for 5G network equipment even as the coronavirus made a mess of other parts of the company.
Too sensitive for Huawei
British mobile carrier BT has selected Ericsson to provide the core of its 5G network.
Cites virus health concerns
Fear of viral infection by the corona virus means that Swedish vendor Ericsson won't be attending the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona next month.
Fight off Huawei with good socialism
The right-wing US government is considering a form of socialism as a means to take on Huawei over 5G.
Gear is selling well
Mobile network gear maker Ericsson said it was on track to meet its financial goals due to strong sales of 5G equipment.
Better than expected profits
Ericsson posted a first-quarter profit that was much better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Stree predicted.