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2015-11-11 Will Cisco, Ericsson team up soon?
The Cisco/Ericsson partnership will give each company an opportunity to sell a billion dollars of new equipment and services a year by 2018, they claim.
2006-04-28 Wavecom acquires Sony Ericsson's M2M Business
Wavecom and Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications announced the signing of an agreement wherein Wavecom acquires certain assets of Sony Ericsson's M2M Communications Business Unit.
2012-03-19 Viewpoint: China could save ST-Ericsson
For mobile chip companies in China or Taiwan, ST-Ericsson could bring the means to address the standard as well as access to additional patents with which to address 3G and 4G markets around the world, depending on how the deal is structured.
2008-07-08 Toshiba integrates Ericsson broadband modules in notebooks
Toshiba Corp. has selected Ericsson's High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) mobile broadband modules for its business laptop range in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
2007-07-25 TI, Ericsson develop solutions for Open OS 3G handsets
Ericsson and TI have formed a strategic technology engagement to develop custom solutions for new Open OS 3G handsets.
2009-02-11 Taiwan awaits optical nets from CHT, Ericsson
Ericsson will deploy a metro aggregation network for Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), ensuring high-quality, high-capacity broadband services such as IPTV and e-health for both fixed and mobile access.
2009-06-15 ST-Ericsson, Samsung boost China mobile broadband
ST-Ericsson and its China subsidiary T3G have strengthened their strategic partnership with Samsung Mobile by providing the first TD-HSDPA and Edge platform for Samsung's high-end devices.
2009-10-16 ST-Ericsson, Hojy tie-up to speed up China nets
Hojy will use a 65nm TD-HSPA modem from ST-Ericsson's Chinese subsidiary T3G to develop mobile broadband modules for the China market.
2011-06-28 ST-Ericsson's cost savings affect 500 jobs
Aimed at improving its financial position, ST-Ericsson's cost savings plan involves cutting annualized costs by $120 million by end-2012 and a workforce review affecting some 500 employees worldwide.
2011-07-29 ST-Ericsson shuts down R&D sites
As part of their latest round of restructuring, ST-Ericsson is planning to close some of its R&D sites worldwide.
2009-06-11 ST-Ericsson sets sights at China, U.S. markets
ST-Ericsson CEO Alain Dutheil disclosed that the new wireless chip group is looking for growth in the U.S. and Chinese markets.
2012-04-25 ST-Ericsson sacking 1,700, moving processors to ST
The mobile chip joint venture between ST and Ericsson said it would transfer its standalone application processor activities to ST, and announced guidelines for a new strategic direction.
2011-01-28 ST-Ericsson posts bigger losses
ST-Ericsson saw its net loss rise to $177 million in 4Q 2010. It also expects weaker sales in 1Q 2011 due to the decline of legacy products and the effect of first quarter seasonality.
2011-09-15 ST-Ericsson opens tech center, beefs up mobile portfolio
The company's new technical center will provide local support and product demos for its wireless mobile products.
2011-02-22 ST-Ericsson NovaThor platforms eye smartphones, tablets
The NovaThor platforms combine application engines, modems and connectivity chips into integrated and tested chipsets that can be used in smartphones and tablets.
2010-02-11 ST-Ericsson leverages on power-efficient solutions
ST-Ericsson senior VP and head of strategic planning Edgar Auslander sat down with EE Times to outline what the company believes are the main mobile handset trends for 2010.
2008-12-02 ST-Ericsson JV gets green light from EC
The European Commission announced Nov. 26 it has authorized, under the European Union merger regulation, the creation of a joint venture between EMP, the wireless platform business of Ericsson, and ST-NXP, the wireless semiconductors business of STMicroelectronics.
2009-09-21 ST-Ericsson debuts 65nm TD-HSPA modem chips
ST-Ericsson and its China subsidiary T3G are sampling what they tout to be the first 65nm TD-HSPA modem chip.
2008-08-22 ST-Ericsson deal births mobile chip powerhouse
STMicroelectronics and Ericsson have agreed to merge Ericsson Mobile Platforms and ST-NXP Wireless into a joint venture.
2012-03-16 ST-Ericsson a target for takeover
Potential buyers for ST-Ericsson could include Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Intel Corp., Nvidia Corp. and Texas Instruments, a Reuters report said quoting sources.
2011-11-30 ST's Lamouche steps in as ST-Ericsson CEO
Lamouche brings to the joint venture more than twenty-five years of IT and semiconductor industry experience.
2013-03-20 ST takes 2G and 3G, Ericsson gets LTE modem
CEO Carlo Bozotti promised support for existing products and customers of ST-Ericsson but has revealed STMicroelectronics is wary of an increasingly vertically-integrated mobile devices market.
2012-12-11 ST ends Ericsson partnership to focus on embedded
ST will exit ST-Ericsson as part of its new strategic plan to focus on growth drivers such as MEMS and sensors, power, automotive and apps processors.
2011-10-11 Sony to buy out Ericsson?
Sony is nearing a deal to buy out Ericsson from their 10-year joint venture in order to rival Apple and Samsung, according to reports.
2011-10-28 Sony ousts Ericsson in handset JV
With Ericsson out of their mobile phone joint venture, Sony is seen to secure a wide range of IP cross-licensing agreements and ownership of five patent families relating to wireless handset technology.
2006-11-10 Sony Ericsson to acquire Symbian subsidiary
Sony Ericsson will acquire UIQ Technology AB, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Symbian Ltd.
2007-02-05 Sony Ericsson taps India for cellphone production
Stepping up its leverage in the communications market, Sony Ericsson will manufacture mobile phones in India through agreements with partners Flextronics and Foxconn.
2004-07-05 Sony Ericsson licenses ARM JTEK software
Sony Ericsson has licensed ARM's JTEK software and Jazelle acceleration technology to be used in its Java platform-enabled mobile handsets.
2007-01-02 Sony Ericsson in talks with SK Telecom
Sony Ericssonseeks to make inroads into the South Korean market and is negotiating with SK Telecom.
2007-01-18 Sony Ericsson in talks to buy Intel flash fab, report says
Sony Ericsson is said to be in talks to buying Intel's flash memory wafer fab at Kiryat Gat, according to a report.
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