Ericsson chief executive Borje Ekholm would like to see the European Union support the company’s customers – mobile network operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Group and Orange – in their 5G network development efforts. Photo: Reuters Ericsson chief executive Borje Ekholm would like to see the European Union support the company’s customers – mobile network operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Group and Orange – in their 5G network development efforts. Photo: Reuters
Ericsson chief executive Borje Ekholm would like to see the European Union support the company’s customers – mobile network operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Group and Orange – in their 5G network development efforts. Photo: Reuters
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Sweden’s Ericsson is getting ready to face new US-backed telecoms gear challengers

  • The prospect of a new rival could be a blow to Ericsson, which has made a successful turnaround under CEO Borje Ekholm
  • The US government’s global campaign against Huawei opened the opportunity for Ericsson and Nokia to expand in Western markets

Topic |   5G
Ericsson chief executive Borje Ekholm would like to see the European Union support the company’s customers – mobile network operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Group and Orange – in their 5G network development efforts. Photo: Reuters Ericsson chief executive Borje Ekholm would like to see the European Union support the company’s customers – mobile network operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Group and Orange – in their 5G network development efforts. Photo: Reuters
Ericsson chief executive Borje Ekholm would like to see the European Union support the company’s customers – mobile network operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Group and Orange – in their 5G network development efforts. Photo: Reuters
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