Ericsson Mobility Report

Video to redefine digital landscape in Malaysia
Emerging economies are scaling up capabilities to become high-growth nations with a robust digital backbone.
LTE set to become the dominant mobile access technology: Ericsson Mobility Report
In Indonesia, LTE subscriptions will grow significantly with a projected 65% of total mobile subscriptions by 2022.
Grocers facing ‘Uberisation,’ says HappyFresh
Increased mobile accessibility and broadband penetration are disrupting the traditional grocery-buying business model, enabling consumers to purchase groceries anywhere, at any time.
Ini dia 10 tren konsumen 2016 versi Ericsson
Tidak semua tren relevan dengan masyarakat Indonesia saat ini Proses peralihan dan adopsi teknologi akan semakin cepat MEMASUKI 2016 Ericsson kembali melakukan riset mengenai tren konsumen yang akan berkembang sepanjang tahun. Sejak didirikan pada 1995, ConsumerLab milik Ericsson sudah sering melakukan riset mengenai kebiasaan konsumen dalam mengadopsi perkembangan teknologi.  
Ericsson appoints Eriksson head of strategy for SEA, Oceania
Ericsson has appointed Håkan Eriksson head of strategy for its South-East Asia and Oceania region, effective Jan 1, 2016.
The world gears up for 5G: Ericsson Mobility Report
There will be 150 million 5G mobile subscriptions by 2021, with South Korea, Japan, China and the US expected to lead with the first, and fastest, 5G subscription uptake, according to the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report.
Differentiate instead of engaging in price wars: Ericsson to operators
Malaysian mobile operators have a golden opportunity to differentiate themselves from the competition, but only if they can capitalise on new business strategies and avoid price wars, according to Ericsson.
70% of world’s population using smartphones by 2020: Ericsson
By the year 2020, advanced mobile technology will be commonplace around the globe – smartphone subscriptions will more than double to reach 6.1 billion people; 70% of the world’s population will be using smartphones; and 90% will be covered by mobile broadband networks, according to the latest Ericsson Mobility Report.
Mobile data plans need to evolve: Ericsson
Smartphone penetration and the consumption of mobile data continue to growth unabated in South-East Asia, but the lack of clarity in how operators design their mobile data plans could potentially stymie further growth in the region, according to Ericsson.
Telco Deep Dive: Consumers value performance over price
On May 26, Digital News Asia (DNA) released its first Deep Dive report, which looked at the telecommunications space in Malaysia. In this article, DNA founder Karamjit Singh looks at the big changes afoot in the mobile telco space, with consumers now placing performance over price for the first time, and with vendors pushing to ‘cloudify’ their networks.
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