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The company's portfolio includes "Networks", "Digital Services", "Managed Services" and "Emerging Business" and is focused on helping our customers digitize, increase efficiency and develop new revenue streams. Ericsson's investments in innovation have enabled billions of people around the world to reap the benefits of telephony and mobile broadband.

Founded in 1876, the company employs more than 100,000 people worldwide and works with customers in 180 countries. In 2020, Ericsson generated sales of SEK 232.4 billion. Ericsson is listed on NASDAQ OMX in Stockholm and NASDAQ in New York.

Ericsson is the first company to have commercial 5G networks in operation on four continents. Today, 70 percent of the top mobile operators, use technology from Ericsson. Our networks support 2.5 billion subscribers from 2G to 5G, representing one-third of the world's population.
5G is the fifth generation of mobile networks and enables completely new opportunities for people, businesses and society. 
Ericsson is committed to enabling Europe's mobile operators, industries and governments to benefit from fast, high-quality and trusted technology according to the best security practices. In doing so, we are laying the foundation for the region's ongoing digital transformation.
We are working with over 100 partners in the region to drive the design and architecture of 5G technology. Our joint 5G pilots in Europe's key industries such as manufacturing and transportation enable us to test, learn and plan for the digital future.

The company history of Ericsson Austria starts in 1912 with a cooperation agreement between "Deckert & Homolka" and Ericsson. This is followed by the time with Dr. Eduard Schrack, he was considered the founder of the Austrian broadcasting industry, who founded the company "Schrack-Ericsson", which was responsible for the development and production of telephone systems. In the late 1990s, Ericsson acquired all shares of the company in Austria. Since then, Ericsson Austria has contributed to the excellent quality of the Austrian communications infrastructure through countless innovation projects with its technology, most of which was developed in Europe. Customers and partners include all-known Austrian mobile communications, energy and IT companies.

More information about Ericsson: https://www.ericsson.com/en/about-us

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