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Ericsson is the largest supplier of mobile systems in the world and supports all major standards for wireless communication. They provide total solutions from systems and applications to services and core technology for mobile handsets.
Sony Ericsson is also a top supplier of complete mobile multimedia products.
Ericsson has been active worldwide since 1876 and now operates in over 140 countries. Today, with a turnover of 165 billion francs and backed by 125 years of experience, the Swedish group Ericsson is leading the global telecommunications market. Its head office is based in Stockholm.
Every day, 100,000 people in 140 countries try to find solutions to facilitate worldwide communications. Ericsson, anticipating the telecommunication needs of the third millennium, offers all its customers products, solutions and services that integrate the latest technologies.
Ericsson was established in 1911 France and in 1999 the transfer of the poduction unit Longuenesse to Solectron saw the merer of two legal entities Ericsson and Ericsson SA France. The following year 2000 the Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications joint venture was created.
Globally, Ericsson is the leading global provider of mobile telecommunications infrastructure. The company has 35 to 40% market share of GSM/WCDMA. In addition at least 40% of mobile calls in the world pass through Ericsson equipment.
The three newly defined business sectors provide precise location of each customer and the institution is always in tune with market needs. At the heart of this industry is a booming market, the mobile phone and its corresponding range of accessories.
By developing new products tailored to consumer demands, Ericsson is a leader in this evolving sector. With handhelds or mobile phones, Ericsson also shows its presence in the field of wireless data transfer.
Ericsson develops and markets products and specific solutions to businesses and communities, affecting the voice, data and multimedia. Flexible and tailored to the size of the company these solutions are designed to evolve with it.
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[...] History of Ericsson in France 1911: Establishment in France. 1987: Ericsson partners with Matra and Bouygues to create MET (Matra Ericsson Telecommunications) by buying the CGCT from the French State. 1992: Ericsson buys MET from Bouygues. 1994: Ericsson joins the SAT and creates ERITELCOM: Ericsson 50% - 50% SAT. 1995: Ericsson acquires 50% of the SAT in Eritelcom becomes Ericsson SA (corporate communication networks) · 1998: Ericsson acquires participation in MET Matra, a renowned subsidiary of Ericsson France, and 100% subsidiary of the Ericsson Group. [...]
[...] This is fundamentally changing the culture of Ericsson. With him, it was the end of the traditional supremacy of engineers, and room was made for commercial and marketing men. The watchword is more business and less technical, as with IBM. The figures show that the primary objectives of Carl-Henric Svanberg are filled. The two owners of Ericsson are the historical owners and the bankers Wallenberg of Handelsbanken. Today's idea is to make the group more attractive to foreign investors; especially we want to make a new capital increase. [...]
[...] The organizational structure Ericsson is a multidimensional enterprise. It is based on the decentralization of business activity and is divided into autonomous units, each of which has its own function. Above these divisions, there is a branch that provides coordination and planning of the whole. At Ericsson, the CEO (Chief Execute Officer: CEO) is also the president. The advantages of this structure are that it promotes creation, and there is a high reactivity, because each knows his positioning in the structure for a product, and its market. [...]
[...] By developing new products adapted to consumer demands, Ericsson has become a leader in this evolving sector. With handhelds, Ericsson also shows its presence in the field of wireless data transfer. IV. The legal status Ericsson is a limited company that is to say, it is organized around the shareholders, board of directors, a chairman of the board and a CEO. The number of associated members must include at least seven (legal or natural persons) and the minimum capital is € 38,112 of which half is paid upon incorporation and the balance within five years. [...]
[...] They face significant competition with respect to substantially all of these products and services. Suppliers Ericsson manufactures and assembles most of its products internally. However, half of their production is outsourced by a group of electronics manufacturing services companies including Flextronics, Solectron and Sanmina-SCI. They also buy customized and standardized equipment, components and services from multiple suppliers worldwide as well as many local and regional suppliers. They usually negotiate supply agreements with global primary suppliers, but they are not dependent on any vendor to supply standardized equipment or components. [...]
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