Anna-Maria Kåstedt

Anna-Maria joined the marketing team for Ericsson’s next-generation cloud infrastructure in 2014. She joined Ericsson 1993 and has deep experience in mobility, broadband and applications working with global business development, sales and marketing. She holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, followed by post-graduate courses at the IBM Business School. She is currently based in Stockholm, Sweden. Anna-Maria is excited to be part the continuous journey of transformation for people and business within ICT and believes with brilliant ideas, passion, great team collaboration and leadership - everything is possible.

Anna-Maria Kåstedt

Join Ericsson's 5G voice webinar

Do you want to know what is needed to enable 5G voice in a mobile network? Join our exclusive webinar on Wednesday, November 28th, to learn more about the technology migration aspects and our recommendations for how to evolve the voice network to 5G.

You need to optimize what is most important to you

There is an emotional and deep-seated need behind the concept of optimize. If you really care for something, always look for how you can optimize it. To succeed, you need to look past the obvious and read the hidden signals with no confirmation bias - let the data guide you.

Do you know how to protect your high temperature datacenter?

New, industrial grade, data-intensive applications create the need for a new, more decentralized infrastructure. This infrastructure must cater to the evolution of NFV as it comes to be deployed on all types of network sites. It must also provide new value to support application use cases.

Intel, Ericsson and a new datacenter IT infrastructure

Sandra Rivera, Intel’s Vice President, Data Center Group (and General Manager, Network Platforms Group) explains how telco service providers can benefit from the Ericsson Hyperscale Datacenter System 8000, which incorporates Intel(R) Rack Scale Design (RSD) and is engineered to keep your datacenter agile and your business flexible.

Why wouldn't you go with software-defined infrastructure?

In contrast with hardware-defined infrastructure, vPODs utilize software-defined infrastructure to create configurations from a central pool of hardware resources based on needs of a given workload at a given time. Learn the best way to configure and manage your vPODS.