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Ericsson picks new head for sub-Sahara Africa

FINANCIAL STANDARD
By - | January 22nd 2013

By John Oyuke

Ericsson has appointed Fredrik Jejdling as head of the sub-Saharan Africa region with effect from April 1, 2013.

Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg said: “Under Fredrik’s leadership Ericsson has extended its strong position as the partner of choice for operators set to capture market opportunities as India continues its strong mobile data development.

Sub-Saharan Africa is now facing similar exciting developments and Fredrik will bring his broad experience to further develop Ericsson’s offering and support to the region.

LG launches new device to control multiple facilities  LG Electronics is showcasing a new technology allowing consumers to control multiple home appliances even when they are away from home.

The Smart Home Service was shown at the recently concluded 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, US. Consumers can start their laundry, check what’s in the fridge, or have the floor vacuumed while they’re away from home. The system combines sophisticated media sharing technologies.           

 


 

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