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ERIC Ericsson

Ericsson provides telecommunications equipment and services to mobile and fixed network operators worldwide. It operates through four segments: Networks, Global Services, Support Solutions, and Modems. The Networks segment delivers products and solutions for mobile access, Internet protocol (IP) and transport networks, and core networks. This segment offers radio access solutions; IP and transport solutions; transmission/backhaul solutions comprising microwave and optical transmission solutions for mobile and fixed networks; switching and IP multimedia subsystem solutions; and operations support systems, as well as supports operatorsÂ’ management of existing networks. The Global Services segment delivers managed services, such as services for designing, building, operating, and managing networks or solutions; maintenance; network sharing solutions; shared solutions; and managed services of IT environments, as well as provides broadcast services. This segment also offers product-related services, including services to expand, upgrade, restructure, or migrate networks; network-rollout services; customer support; and network optimization services. In addition, it provides consulting and systems integration services comprising technology and operational consulting, integration of multi-vendor equipment, design and integration, and transforming programs; and industry specific solutions. The Support Solutions segment offers operations support systems; business support systems that provide revenue management, mediation, and customer care solutions; television (TV) solutions for the creation, management, and delivery of TV experiences on any device over any network; and M-Commerce solutions for money transfer. The Modems segment designs, develops, and sells LTE multimode thin modem solutions for smartphone and tablet manufacturers. Ericsson was founded in 1876 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.

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