Ericsson has set up a new Wireless Internet Solutions unit to target its offerings at cellular operators, service providers and enterprise customers.
It has appointed Hans Davidsson as vice president and general manager of the business, which will be based in Research Triangle Park in North Carolina.
The move follows Ericsson's decision earlier this year to take minority stakes in Iceland based Internet software developer, Oz.com, and San Francisco based Saraide.com, which provides Internet based services to mobile operators. The technology will be integrated into the new unit's product family.
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