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In the Networked Society, everyone, everything and everywhere will be connected in real time, but it is not just about the connections, but what impact they will have on our world. ...

In the Networked Society, everyone, everything and everywhere will be connected in real time, but it is not just about the connections, but what impact they will have on our world.
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  • In the Networked Society, everyone, everything and everywhere will be connected in real time, but it is not just about the connections, but what impact they will have on our world. Bringing the networked society to life
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 PACE OF CHANGE 1 billion connected places 50 billion connected things PLACES PEOPLE THINGS
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 By 2018… 850 M PCs and tablets 9.3 B Mobile subscriptions 3.3 B Smartphone subscriptions 6.5 B Mobile broadband subscriptions
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 re-thinking roles Applications & Services Systems & Platforms Connectivity & Communication Network developer Service enabler Service creator
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 What ericsson brings Innovation & Revenue Growth OSS/BSS & Process Transformation Network Evolution Network developer Service enabler Service creator
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 Global Trends 2013 Expansion into digital services to find new revenues Everything gets connected and smart, not just phones Differentiation through superior network performance Tiered, shared, bundled and real-time pricing models Experience and efficiency driving operator transformation +50% +2.0 bi 20MB +100m @
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 Latin American and caribbean trends 2013 Network performance & quality for service creation – OSS/BSS need 4G/LTE for speed and 3G for coverage Smartphone penetration from 20% to 65% in 2018, above global trend Mobile services from current VAS to ERP, entertainment and m-commerce Key events legacy: high performing 4G networks (capacity & efficiency), consumers’ increased demand
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 Technology by regions Continued strong 3G expansion in Latin America and Caribbean (LA) 2012 2018
  • Transforming THE societyThe Networked Society is about changing our world and everything in it. The combined forces of mobility, broadband and the cloud will transform all parts of our society and by 2020, ICT will have brought about significant economic, social and environmental progress for hundreds of millions of people around the world. Check out how the Technology for Good stories in Latin America are contributing to building the Networked Society. This is just the beginning…
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 EXPANDING OUR INSIGHTS ConsumerLab Interviews more than 100,000 people in over 40 countries each year. Ericsson Research 20,000 R&D specialists around the world developing the networks of tomorrow Networked Society Lab Researches ICT-driven transformation in society Business Labs Collaboration across industries on the topic of machine-to-machine
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 The triple bottom line PEOPLE PROFIT PLANET
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 EMPOWERMENT & OPPORTUNITY
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 POWER TO THE PEOPLE › It’s bringing us closer to our nearest and dearest: › Video constitutes 25% of smartphone traffic and 40% of tablet traffic (Ericsson Mobility Report, 2012). › Reuniting families: › 185,000 people have registered on Refugees United’s family-tracing platform (Refugees United). › Redefining learning and education: › Coursera hosts over 200 online courses for 1.3 million students (BBC).
  • TECH4GOOD We apply our innovation to market-based solutions that empower people and society to help shape a more sustainable world. In the Networked Society, Ericsson is the leading advocate of Technology for Good. By using broadband and mobility to address poverty, human rights, climate change and other challenges, we work to ensure that our technology is a force for good and lasting change. STORIES IN Latin America and the caribbean
  • AMAZON CONNECTIONThis initiative brought 3G broadband to the Amazon region, providing education and healthcare to more than 30,000 people distributed in about 175 communities along the Tapajós River. Initiatied in the city of Belterra in 2009 with the first 3G rural sites in the Amazon, the program continued with yearly milestones. In 2010. the Abaré Hospital boat was also connected with 3G mobile technology. In 2011, coverage was expanded with Suruacá 3G off-grid site, with alternative energy solutions. In 2012, Connect to Learn was started in the Suruacá school. Partners: Telefonica | Vivo and NGO Saude&Alegria Dates: Launched in 2009
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 The project allowed internet access via broadband Wi-Fi and services over the cloud to the Vila Cruzeiro community in Brazil. Within the Connect to Learn program, 3,000 children and teenagers have access to a 21st century education. Partners: Telefonica | Vivo and NGO Atitude Social Dates: Launched in 2012 CONNECT TO LEARN VILA CRUZEIRO We are providing communications for all bridging the digital divide.
  • CURITIBA 3G BUSES In southern Brazil, Curitiba’s 3.2 million citizens and its Public Transport Operators are benefiting from an electronic ticketing and fleet management system. The city’s bus fleet serves 2.4 million passengers daily and is connected through a high-speed mobile broadband network that provides up-to-the-second information on a range of services. Partners: Telefonica | Vivo, URBS and Dataprom Dates: Launched in 2010
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 This project marked a new milestone in this partnership in Latin America, with a public-private partnership between the operator and the Chilean government, collaborating in the development of a connectivity plan that will help increase growth and reduce the digital divide through internet connections and mobile telephony in previously isolated zones. Partners: Entel, Chilean Ministry of Communications Dates: Launched in 2010, completed in 2012 TODO CHILE COMUNICADO AND CONNECT TO LEARN
  • EL PAUJI VENEZUELA El Pauji, an isolated indigenous community of more than 5,000 people in the Amazon region of Venezuela, had difficult access to health care and basic needs (electricity and communication). With this initiative, a 3G site was installed with alternative energy solutions to provide access to distance medicine and vital signs monitoring, with Ericsson m-health trial. Partners: Movistar and NGO TeleSalud Dates: Launched in 2010
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 A research initiative in partnership with a local university and hospital developed an Android application that is the starting point for a national m-health system. It currently facilitates the work of hundreds of health agents in Sao Paulo. The system follows the national health standards and can be scaled nationwide to provide geo-referenced family health data online. Before the solution, the health agent would fill out a paper form that would take up to 60 days to be processed. › Partners: Sao Paulo University (School of Polytechnics and Medicine), Incor Heart Hospital and Ericsson Innovation Center › Dates: Initiated in 2010 MOBILE HEALTHSÃO PAULO
  • SURINAM BREAKING BOUNDARIES Mobile coverage is made possible in most of Surinam’s remote areas, thanks to a compact, sustainable and cost-efficient site solution. Partner: Digicel Dates: Initiated in 2008
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 Join THE CONVERSATION
  • © Ericsson 2013 | March 2013 A CONNECTED WORLD IS JUST THE BEGINNING When one person connects, their world changes. With everything connected, our world changes. NETWORKED SOCIETY