Sony Ericsson Open Photos and Interview: Players Tennis Interview with Time Party March 22th – April 4th 2010
Hi guy what´s up. Well let’s get out of routine and practice some any sport, in this case we talk about tennis Yes Why not??? humm.Here some interviews with players from tennis where Sony Ericsson sponsors the event of the ATP Tour.Enjoy these great pictures from the Glam Set Match tennis exhibition at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami.
By WTA and ATP
Sony Ericsson Open: Novak Djokovic Interview March 24th 2010:
Q. You were so consistent in Masters events last year. Do you approach these tournaments differently than others, or do anything differently?
Q. I read your interview after Indian Wells. You hoped to do some sightseeing. Maybe Los Angeles.
Q. Did that happen?
Sony Ericsson Open: Andy Murray Interview March 24th 2010:
An interview with: ANDY MURRAY
Q. What would your considered thought be after an elapsed period of time after Indian Wells? How do you feel that the intervening period has gone for you?
Q. Do you feel like this is like a home court for you, considering what you did here last year?
Q. Has anybody asked you about your take on what happened in Parliament yesterday?
Q. The question of tennis in the UK was brought up in Parliament.
Sony Ericsson Open: Justine Henin Interview March 24th:
J. HENIN/J. Craybas 6 2, 6 2
Q. Are you still having fun?
Q. Speaking of Elena, the other day she said when she played you in Australia she didn’t know what to expect. Obviously the backhand has never gone away, but she was surprised by your forehand. Today you hit a big winner on a cross court point. Have you beefed up your forehand at all?
See the photos Party Time The-Sony-Ericsson-Open-Kick-Off-Party-at-LIV-nightclub Great party isn´t!
Sony Ericsson Open Order of Play Thursday March 25 2010:
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Stadium (from 11.00hrs)
What can you do at SE-dot guys?
SE-dot is a new community that invites users to share ideas, to give them life, answering a simple question: What now? Most of us are surprised with what can be done with a mobile phone-traffic control, reporting on epidemics, follow-election and you do you have any bright ideas you want to share? Or want to help shape any others? Just drop your idea in SE-dot and give life.
The SE-dot ideas are discussed, debated and elaborated. Many of these revolve around mobile applications, so that developers can find sources of inspiration and confirmation that they really like or need users. Similarly among users may also be a valuable information exchange.
This new site is designed for experienced users, however, if you are new to Sony Ericsson, are also invited. You can access the SE-dot with your same username and password MyAccount Sony Ericsson, no need to register again.
See the Video and look for the concept:
Bring your phone ideas to life at SE-dot
Nice Video super simple and congratz!
Well guys as you already know, this week reported a very interesting interview granted to Mobile Today by Nathan Vautier. Who is that some of you may ask? He is head “big boss”of Sony Ericsson in the UK and Ireland. The interview proved to be very interesting so I will shorten some of the most important. The two main themes of interview were essentially the SE would do this year and they intended to do about the problems of quality control that infamous have dogged them for the last year or so.
Vautier say also keen to stress that the overall portfolio of Sony Ericsson SE for this year includes some units last year, would be 26 machines, which he hailed as a great reduction. This is linked with some opening remarks he made about how SE was not going after market share or numbers. Of course they are not really able to go back or marketshare numbers in the moment, so there’s a bit of spin here, but the basic idea is sound and cool.
Read the full interview here: mobiletoday
By Daniel Paska, Sony Ericsson’s environmental expert, described the successful environmental work of the company during a recent seminar which evertiq attended.
“Sony Ericsson employs the same environmental standards across its entire global footprint. The company has divided the environmental requirements for its products into three levels: basic requirements (legislative requirements) – additional requirements (customer requirements) – and top-level requirements (our own requirements)”, he describes during the Swerea-IVF:s seminar which evertiq participated.”
“In order to have control over what goes into its products, Sony Ericsson requires full material declarations from their suppliers and spends a lot of money per product line on just that – approximately US-$100 000 on verifying subcontractor data only. Bromine was already phased out before the merger with Sony and RoHS was implemented in 2005 (two years before it became a legislative requirement). “This year, the company is targeting all halogens (the last 0.1%)”, explains Daniel Paska. Sony Ericsson has also taken the decision to not use tantalum from Central Afrika, this – however – for ethical reasons.”
People most affected by the climate change
“Additional to that, Sony Ericsson has established its own environmental standard “Green Hart“- which states for instance that the manual should be available through the mobile phone’s software or that the chargers are energy-efficient. If talking about carbon dioxide emissions, the – by far – biggest CO2 source in any mobile phone are the integrated circuits, followed by the LCD display.”
The nature and the planet thanks; great companies great responsibilities.
Read full history here: evertiq
What is going on with Sony Ericsson??? It seems they are forcing the company to launch as many phone models, in which case another smartphone. Do not walk more than the step??? Hey Sony Ericsson hold on hold on, the users want quality and not quantity so we believe in Sony Ericsson. Not surprisingly, it was what I had expected. People don’t like the design too much and the specifications are mediocre well, the specifications and devices much lower than expected for a smartphone these days really very very poor – 2.4 inch QVGA touchscreen, 3-megapixel camera, a-GPS, WiFi, HSDPA and Bluetooth. The operating system – Windows Mobile 6.5.3 – will also be quite a hassle for most people. This leak Smartphone codename Faith was due to dailyiphoneblog.
Colors: Silver & Black
Bearer: HSDPA, WLAN, GSM Quadband (850/ 900/ 1800/1900), UMTS Dualband (900/ 2100), EDGE
“If you’ve been experiencing problems with your Sony Ericsson Satio and Aino smartphones relax guys now, there’s a possibility is that it might be suffering from firmware issues. Fortunately Sony Ericsson have confirmed that a new software update for the Satio and Aino have been released. Folks who already have the device should be able to easily update their cell phone to reap the benefits which include improved device speeds and battery usage.”
Do more, miss less
Did you know that we’re always improving our software? For up to 2 years after launch our software team work hard to give you the best phone experience with better performance, new features and bug fixes. Are you up to date? Select your phone from the list below to find out.
Update for Satio™ for better performance and core stability improvements
Update for Aino™ for lower battery consumption and performance improvements for GPS, WLAN and Bluetooth™. Hit game Loco Roco included for free.
Pick your phone and smile
Ahhh Coming Soon Update Yari too wait guys…
Always read before the information updates to see if it’s worth upgrading your phone or not.
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The making of Sony Ericsson’s #pumpt campaign
Another Video about Spark Something hopper invasion, well read A “making off” video explaining how our the latest phase of our “Spark Something” campaign for SatioTM and AinoTM works, how you can get involved and what’s in it for you.
IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES: NEOMEDIA BARCODE SCANNING APPLICATION TO BE PRE-LOADED ON SONY ERICSSON MOBILE PHONES
ATLANTA, December 1, 2009 – Today NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: NEOM), the global leader in mobile barcode scanning solutions, announced that Sony Ericsson has selected NeoMedia as its strategic 2D barcode partner. Sony Ericsson will begin shipping phones pre-loaded with NeoMedia’s NeoReader barcode scanning application globally in the 1st half of 2010. The NeoReader will be pre-installed across all Sony Ericsson platforms.
“Sony Ericsson is very happy to work with NeoMedia as our global provider of barcode scanning solutions. We see great potential in the 2D barcode market and support NeoMedia’s strategy to promote and drive the open 2D barcode standards. We are looking forward to working with NeoMedia to explore all the potential the technology enables,” stated Robert Westin,Business Development Manager, with Sony Ericsson.
Iain McCready, CEO of NeoMedia Technologies commented, “The marketplace is ready for 2D barcodes – retailers and brands are already experimenting with them, and the technology has long been validated. The challenge is in creating a scalable pool of mobile users capable of scanning barcodes. This partnership with Sony Ericsson will make mobile barcode scanning a simple, out-of-the-box experience for consumers.”
McCready continued, “NeoMedia’s vision has been to create an open and interoperable 2D barcode ecosystem which would provide a consistent and reliable consumer experience worldwide. This agreement with Sony Ericsson is another important step towards making this vision a reality and is part of NeoMedia’s ongoing strategy to accelerate adoption through relationships with manufacturers, operators and brands alike.”
The NeoReader transforms camera phones into mobile barcode scanners which provide easy access to mobile content via 2D barcodes. The simple “one click” action makes the mobile internet much more accessible for mobile users. By scanning 2D barcodes via the phone’s camera, users avoid typing in long URLs and navigating cumbersome mobile menus.
The NeoReader is a universal barcode scanning application that reads all standard 1D and 2D barcode symbologies – QR, Data Matrix, Aztec, UPC and EAN – so users won’t need multiple barcode readers.
About NeoMedia Technologies:
NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: NEOM) is the global leader in mobile barcode scanning solutions. Our technology allows mobile devices with cameras to read 1D and 2D barcodes and provide “one click” access to mobile content. Combining this technology with advanced analytics and reporting capabilities revolutionizes the way advertisers market to mobile consumers.
NeoMedia provides the infrastructure to make 2D camera barcode scanning and its associated commerce easy, universal, and reliable – worldwide.
The company’s mobile phone technology, NeoReader, reads and transmits data from 1D and 2D barcodes to its intended destination. Our Code Management and Code Clearinghouse platforms create, connect, record, and transmit the transactions embedded in the 1D and 2D barcodes, like web-URLs, text messages (SMS), and telephone calls, ubiquitously and reliably.
Learn more about how this technology can increase your brand’s market coverage and revolutionize the way you market to mobile customers. By combining NeoReader (our universal mobile barcode reading software) and NeoSphere (our barcode management system), advertisers, brands, and publishers have a complete system to easily develop, launch, and manage a mobile barcode campaign.
We also have a barcode management system for consumers called NeoLink, which allows individuals to create codes for personal use.
NeoMedia Media Relations Contacts:
+1 (212) 521-4087
Louise Ballard, firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Shuttlewood, email@example.com
+44 (0) 20 7025 7500
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Nortel Selects Ericsson and Kapsch as Successful Bidders for GSM/GSM-R Business and Completes Sale of CDMA to Ericsson
Nortel Selects Ericsson and Kapsch as Successful Bidders for GSM/GSM-R Business and Nortel Completes Sale of CDMA Business and LTE Access Assets to Ericsson.
Nortel announced that it has concluded a successful auction of substantially all of the global assets of Nortel’s GSM/GSM-R business. Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (“Ericsson”) and Kapsch CarrierCom AG (“Kapsch”) are the winning joint bidders with a purchase price of US$103 million in cash.
TORONTO – Nortel* Networks Corporation [OTC: NRTLQ] announced today that it, its principal operating subsidiary Nortel Networks Limited, and certain of its other subsidiaries including Nortel Networks Inc., have completed the sale of substantially all of Nortel’s CDMA Business and LTE Access assets to Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Ericsson) for a purchase price of US$1.13 billion. The sale was subject to court approvals in the U.S. and Canada as well as regulatory and other customary closing conditions. These conditions have now been satisfied and the sale was concluded effective today.
“Completion of this first large-scale divestiture is a major milestone in Nortel’s plan to preserve the value of its innovation and know-how while maximizing value through the sale of its businesses,” said Pavi Binning, Chief Restructuring Officer, Nortel. “As we stated following July’s auction, the sale of our CDMA business and LTE Access assets to Ericsson represents a very positive prospect for our customers, our employees and for many of our other stakeholders. Our customers will benefit from having an experienced and financially strong partner supporting their CDMA and future LTE networks, while more than 2,500 skilled employees will now have new opportunities with a world-class technology company.”
Under the terms of the sale, Nortel will provide transitional services to Ericsson, and Ericsson will provide products and services to Nortel in support of those CDMA customers remaining with Nortel.
• Following satisfaction of all closing conditions, sale is effective end of day November 13, 2009
Read more here: Nortel
By Olivier Cimelière
Ericsson has won a TelcoTV Vision 2009 for its home automation gateway “Gateway Connected Home., November 12 last Prices TelcoTV Vision reward products, services or applications most innovative and” visionary “presented in the telecommunications industry during the ‘year.
“Winner of the category “Customer Premises Equipment”, the home automation gateway designed by Ericsson is an application of multi-managed end to end. It provides a secure connection between the digital network the client’s home and telecom networks, and a single access point, for example, IPTV and communications services.”
To view the different uses in everyday life than the solution “Connected Home Gateway” Ericsson can watch the video here:
Solution Connected Home - Ericsson