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New Partners with Ericsson to turn up 5G sites

Ericsson posted better than the foreseen quarterly benefit on strong demand for 5G network equipment even as the coronavirus released pulverization, lifting the Swedish telecoms company's offers 5% in early trade.

Regardless of the way that the company also advised of sales inadequacy ahead, Wednesday's results underscored Ericsson's ability to withstand pandemic-related loads that have pounded the brakes on other organizations around the world, with the telecoms sector among a couple of experience flooding demand as more people work remotely.

Net Income

Net income in the March quarter was SEK 2,156 million ($223 million) or SEK 0.65 (8 pennies) per share compared with SEK 2,317 million or SEK 0.70 per share in the prior-year quarter. The downtick was caused by things impacting comparability in first-quarter 2019, which had a positive effect. The primary concern was as per the Zacks Consensus Estimate.

Ericsson Says Pandemic May Set Back European 5G Rollouts

Ericsson AB said Europe risks falling further behind on fifth-generation networks as phone carriers postpone upgrades up to the latest cell technology due to coronavirus lockdowns.

The pandemic is currently making it harder for the communications hardware supplier to deliver its services, in any case, this had only a limited effect on operating income and cash flow during the first quarter, the company said in a declaration.

Ericsson backs guidance anyway cautions on the pandemic-driven financial slowdown

The telecommunications equipment company ERIC, - 1.66% ERIC.A, - 0.77% ERIC.B, - 1.61% reported a first-quarter net benefit attributable to investors of 2.16 billion Swedish kronor ($214.2 million), from SEK2.32 billion in the year-earlier period.

Sales rose 1.7% to SEK49.75 billion, driven by its key networks unit.

Analysts studied by FactSet expected a net profit of SEK2.23 billion on sales of SEK52.92 billion.
Ericsson wants to see a softer than the ordinary second quarter of 2020, yet the company remains sure about the long-term outlook for telecom equipment.

"The current global vulnerability requires a humble mentality towards predicting the near-term future," said Börje Ekholm, president, and CEO of Ericsson. "We remain positive on the long-term outlook, however, the next quarter is presumably going to be a tad softer than standard because of the timing of imperative contracts and vulnerability started by COVID-19. Anticipating when the restrictions to control the pandemic will be lifted and how the recovery will look is impossible."

"We are experiencing sensational times with COVID-19 which has influenced everyone around the world either directly or indirectly," included Ekholm. He continued to express that Ericsson "delivered a strong result during the first quarter, with limited impact from the COVID-19 pandemic."

"For 2020 we estimate the RAN market to grow by 4%, in any case for Q2, we hope to somewhat lower than normal continuous sales growth as vulnerabilities are influencing short-term growth negatively. COVID-19 and exercises brought by governments to slow down the spread are making our service delivery and supply harder due to lockdowns and travel restrictions in various countries. Furthermore, while we have seen no material effects so far on our demand situation, it is prudent to acknowledge that the jam in the general economy may lead a couple of operations to postpone investment programs.”

BT goes with Ericsson for 5G core

British telco BT has chosen using Ericsson equipment for the core of its 5G network, the Swedish carrier equipment provider pronounced on Wednesday.

Ericsson said it would provide the core to 4G, non-independent 5G, and over the long run, 5G independent services, which will become a combined IP network.

"The containerization of core system capacities will enable BT to profit by more prominent industry development in various districts, including automation, network flexibility, security, and faster upgrade strategies," Ericsson said.

"This suggests expanding overall network availability for customers and services while being savvy."
BT said it has chosen Ericsson to deploy a cloud-native, container-based, mobile pack core for 4G and 5G services. Ericsson's dual-mode 5G Core will be deployed on BT's Network Cloud.

"Having evaluated different 5G core vendors, we have chosen Ericsson as the best decision based on both lab performance and future roadmap," said Howard Watson, BT's chief technology and information official, in a declaration. "We are foreseeing coordinating as we build out our merged 4G and 5G core network across the UK."

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Ericsson's Nomination Committee Appointed

STOCKHOLM, April 23, 2020,/PRNewswire/ - Ericsson's (NASDAQ: ERIC) Nomination Committee for the Annual General Meeting 2021 has been chosen according to the Instruction for the Nomination Committee settled by the Annual General Meeting 2012.

The Nomination Committee contains:

Johan Forssell, Investor AB;

Karl Åberg, AB Industrivärden and, Svenska Handelsbankens Pensionsstiftelse;

Jonas Synnergren, Cevian Capital Partners Limited;

Anders Oscarsson, AMF - Försäkring och Fonder; and

Ronnie Leten, the Chair of the Board of Directors.

Johan Forssell is the Chair of the Nomination Committee.

Financial investors who wish to submit proposals to the Nomination Committee are allowed to contact the Nomination Committee. Suggestions must be received in due time before the Annual General Meeting to ensure that the proposals can be considered by the Nomination Committee.
More information visit: ericsson(.)com

Here at Ericsson, the health and safety of our people, clients, and partners are always important.

Today, our cooperation with our workers continues, and we're resolved to do everything we can to execute our activities speedily— listening to our 95,000 specialists at the same time—to maintain our focus on safety and prosperity, and to ensure we do our very best to deliver on our client needs including onsite customer support, including repairs, installations, and maintenance.

In light of that, here are four steps to help us as pioneers settle on the right choices:

Stay close to workers — ask how they are doing, what is working well and what isn't, and what you can do to help

Be transparent — share the outcomes from the review with your workers immediately because transparency creates trust and trust is essential — particularly in challenging times

To take action — don't lead an overview if you are not ready to listen to the outcomes. Make quick action on what short-term things you can achieve and begin planning now for the long-term activities

Communication — Communication openness is absolutely vital. If you don't have a lot to say, say that. Communication creates a feeling of belonging and calm in uncertain occasions. Also, if you fill out an overview, you hope to hear back about it.

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