Kati Öhman

Kati Öhman is Marketing Manager for Communication Services in Ericsson Business Area Digital Services. Kati has 20 years of experience in the Telecommunications industry, within radio and core networks and has worked with marketing for the past 10 years. She has specialized in marketing the evolution of telephony services and worked on creating market interest for the VoLTE technology in mobile networks, which is also used in the latest smartphones and other consumer devices. She is now exploring how this will play a role for service providers in 5G networks. Kati has a Master of Science from KTH Stockholm and a B.Sc. in Finance from Stockholm University.

Kati Öhman

How to improve the voice service experience for small businesses

By combining VoLTE and webRTC, a mobile operator could provide a mashup communication services to address small businesses with a better service they can utilize when communicating with their customers. See a demonstration on how operators can improve the voice service experience for small businesses and bring in new revenue from this untapped segment.

Deliver high-quality voice services in LTE today and be prepared for 5G

Get the latest updates about VoLTE delivering high-quality voice services in LTE networks today, on all kinds of devices for consumers and enterprise users. The next step is to start exploring the role of voice and communication services in 5G networks.

MWC 2018: Improve voice quality for VoLTE enabled IoT devices

At Mobile World Congress 2018, Ericsson has teamed up with Jabra, a company developing consumer headphones and professional headsets, to explore how to improve voice quality in VoLTE-enabled Cat-M1 devices. This demo shows an example of how telco service providers can work with the complete IoT eco-system to address non-personal communication IoT devices with VoLTE services.

MWC 2018: How to expand the device eco-system for VoLTE over Cat-M1

At Mobile World Congress 2018 you can experience how the VoLTE over Cat-M1 device eco-system is starting to expand, enabling operators and other industries to improve their customer experience for Internet of Things (IoT). Ericsson has collaborated on a joint demo together with Telit, a global leader in IoT enablement, and their customer Safeline, a company delivering communication equipment for elevators. The demo is showing how VoLTE for IoT can help modernizing communication services in the industry segment.

The VoLTE market: New devices to monetize

According to the November 2017 Ericsson Mobility Report, the number of VoLTE subscriptions is projected to reach 5.5 billion in 2023. So why is this interesting and how can this help you make more money on your VoLTE network investment?

Operator voice services over IoT devices: demonstrating VoLTE calls over Cat-M1 networks

Many hundreds of millions of VoLTE-capable mobile phones are already being used by consumers and served by mobile networks delivering voice calls over LTE. The Internet of Things (IoT) device market is also expected to grow significantly in the coming years. This also opens an interesting segment for operators to explore further: voice communication services for cellular IoT devices.