Vodafone has selected Ericsson cloud-native dual-mode 5G Core technology to power its core networks in Germany and the UK. The deployment is a significant step towards delivering the full potential of 5G services and future innovation to Vodafone’s consumer and enterprise customers in both countries.
Pursuant to the Article 474, Paragraph 1 of the Capital Market Act, Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d., with headquarters in Zagreb, Krapinska 45, PIN: 84214771175 (hereinafter: “the Company”), hereby notifies that the investment company Interkapital vrijednosni papiri d.o.o. made the following acquisition of Company (treasury) shares in the name and on behalf of the Company at the regulated market of Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE).
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Releasing the Annual Report 2020 of Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group, and the recent research on the topic of large Croatian companies reporting about the negative impacts on climate, are the motive to look back at the long-term tradition of integrated reporting of this Croatian company. Long before it was legally required; to be more precise, at the end of the last century, we have been regularly reporting about the financial, as well as non-financial business results, which included and still include, business, environmental, and social responsibility. Such approach is related to a strategic direction of Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group on the application of the highest standards and practices in doing business and being committed to doing business responsibly.
The Annual General Meeting of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, joint-stock company, was held on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, at the Company’s headquarters in Zagreb, Krapinska 45, with the observance of all anti-epidemic measures. For the participation in the work of the General Meeting, HRK 89,765,300.00 of share capital was registered, corresponding to 67.41 percent of the Company’s total equity, which was sufficient for the General Meeting to reach valid decisions.
• 5G remains on track to become the fastest adopted mobile generation in history with subscriptions increasing at a rate of about a million per day • China, North America and the Gulf Cooperation Council markets are leading the way on subscriber numbers, while Europe is off to a slow start • 5G subscriptions with a 5G-capable device grew by 70 million during the first quarter of 2021 and are forecast to reach 580 million by the end of 2021
The move to handling essential elements of everyday life online, prompted by the Global Covid-19 pandemic, will remain a fundamental reality for people around the world long after the pandemic has passed, a comprehensive new consumer report by Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) predicts. Called The Future Urban Reality, the Ericsson ConsumerLab report is Ericsson’s largest consumer study to date. It reveals key insights about what consumers believe will happen beyond the pandemic to the year 2025.