Swedish royals visit Ericsson in Athlone

2nd June, 2019
King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden meet local school children who illustrated their work on the Ericsson Investing in Future Software Engineers (INFUSE) programme

Ericsson showcased its 5G technology to King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden at the company’s Digital Services R&D centre Software Campus in Athlone, one of its key global centres for Ericsson’s Operation Support System (OSS), which plays an important component of 5G.

Ericsson was established in Ireland over 60 years ago and employs over 1,400 people in Ireland with more than 1,000 working in R&D. Ericsson’s...

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