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Ericsson consistently ranks among the top 10 patent filing companies in India.

Ericsson has contributed to cellular standards and improved copyright enforcement in India.

Ericsson has actively contributed to the development of wireless standards since the turn of the century and has made more than 70,000 contributions to the development of 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G technologies. India has taken steps to improve copyright enforcement and offers a world-class framework, says Ericsson.

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  • Ericsson, a leading global cellular technology company, has over 60,000 granted patents and consistently ranks among the Top 10 patent filers in India, ranking 42nd among 55 leading global economies.

The largest supplier of information and communications technologies (ICT) in the world, Ericsson, has said that its patent portfolio in the area of mobile technology is currently among the best in the world. The business routinely ranks among the top 10 patent applicants in India and has more than 60,000 awarded patents globally.

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India Ranking in International IP Index

India, ranked 42nd in the International IP Index, is poised to become a leader for emerging markets transforming their economies through IP-driven innovation.

Active Contributions to Cellular Standards

Ericsson has actively contributed to the development of wireless standards since the turn of the century and has made more than 70,000 contributions to the development of 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G technologies. During the development of 5G, the company had the most influence on the technical specifications, with 37% of the specification text coming from contributions co-authored by Ericsson.

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Monica Magnusson, Vice President of IPR Policy at Ericsson, highlighted India’s R&D efforts with 300 data scientists and 100 AI engineers, aiming to create value for society and benefit the world.

R&D Investments

According to the press release, the company invests between $4 billion and $5 billion a year, or 17 percent of its global revenue, in research and development. Its patent licensing revenue was approximately $1 billion in 2022. India has taken steps to improve copyright enforcement and provides a world-class framework to encourage better understanding and use of proprietary intellectual resources.

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Ericsson’s Association with India

Ericsson has been instrumental in India’s telecommunications since 1903, establishing GSM services in 1994, and now providing connectivity across various frequencies.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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