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- Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Mobile Phones (4 December 2012)
Edward Vaizey: The Department issued a tender notice for a Mobile Infrastructure Programme (MIP) Supplier in April 2012 and shortlisted six companies in June: Airwave Solutions; Arqiva; BT Wholesale; Ericsson; Telefonica; and Vodafone. Subsequently, BT Wholesale withdrew its interest in July and Ericsson in November. We expect to appoint the MIP supplier next year.
- Bill Presented — Police (detention and bail) bill: Clause 73 — The bank levy (5 July 2011)
Geoffrey Robinson: ...superbly well in Germany and France. We should look back. I have not made a study in advance of this speech and it would take us too long to go through everything. The death of the telecoms industry was down to a Government purchasing decision that ditched GPT. Ericsson came in with a great fanfare, then closed the whole of its works in Coventry and pulled its horns back to Sweden. We also...
- Machine-to-Machine Communication (8 June 2011) See 1 other result from this debate
Edward Vaizey: .... There will also be e-health, smart cities and many other variations of things. As the hon. Lady indicated, a number of companies have made predictions about the number of internet addresses that we are going to need. Ericsson has said that we will need 50 billion internet addresses by 2020 to cope with the internet of things. Some people talk about trillions of devices or connections....
- Public Bill Committee: Localism Bill: Clause 90 (17 February 2011)
Jack Dromey: ...to the M6. All sorts of offers were made; for example, AWM was approached by Severn Trent Water, which asked whether it could locate its headquarters on the site. AWM said no, because it wanted to develop a world-class technology centre. As a consequence, Ericsson, which had the option of shifting some of its production abroad, went to Ansty Park and developed its productive capacity...
- Opposition Day — [2nd Allotted Day]: Local Government Financing (29 June 2010) has video See 1 other result from this debate
Mark Pawsey: Did Advantage West Midlands not waste a lot of taxpayers' money when Ericsson was persuaded to go to Ansty business park-a completely unnecessary move?
- Coventry and the West Midlands Economy (20 January 2010) See 1 other result from this debate
Ian Austin: ...sector partners together with the business community, trade unions, local authorities and universities, so that we could co-ordinate the region's response to the downturn. My hon. Friend spoke about Ericsson. Like him, I pay tribute to my hon. Friend the Member for Coventry, North-West (Mr. Robinson) for the work that he is doing on the issue. I am pleased to say that a similar approach...
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Sony Ericsson: Coventry (14 January 2010)
Jim Cunningham: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills what recent discussions he has had with Sony Ericsson on its decision to close a research and development facility in Coventry.
- Written Answers — Treasury: Sony Ericsson: Government Assistance (2 December 2009)
Jim Cunningham: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what tax credit assistance the Government has provided to Sony Ericsson in the last 12 months.
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Sony Ericsson: Government Assistance (2 December 2009)
Jim Cunningham: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills what grant assistance the Government has provided to Sony Ericsson in the last 12 months.
- Corporation Tax Bill: The Economy and Business, Innovation and Skills (26 November 2009) has video See 1 other result from this debate
Geoffrey Robinson: ..., but I am very pleased to have been called to speak now. I shall discuss a particular incident that took place in recent weeks in my city, Coventry-namely, the sudden, unexpected closure of the Ericsson research facility with its 700 highly qualified scientists and engineers. I am pleased to see on the Front Bench my right hon. Friend the Minister for Business, Innovation and Skills and...
- Business, Innovation and Skills: Small and Medium-sized Businesses (12 November 2009) has video
Geoffrey Robinson: Will my right hon. Friend look at access to finance for research and development in manufacturing and, in particular, the position in Coventry, where Ericsson is sacking 700 skilled workers because it cannot access R and D money owing to its status as a cost centre, and not a profit centre? That seems a big restriction.
- Business, Innovation and Skills: Labour Force Re-skilling (12 November 2009) has video
Jim Cunningham: Following on from the question by my hon. Friend the Member for Coventry, North-West (Mr. Robinson), may I ask the Minister what discussions he has had with Tata and Ericsson about the Ansty technology park in Coventry? As my hon. Friend indicated, 700 jobs are going to be cut there arbitrarily, and the potential creation of 2,000 jobs has been stopped. What discussions have taken place with...
- Written Answers — Duchy of Lancaster: Departmental Mobile Telephones (20 May 2009)
Tom Watson: ...of the 14 damaged mobile phones mentioned in my answer of 23 February 2009, Official Report, columns 392-93W, to the right hon. Member are given in the table: Make Model Number Sony Ericsson P990i 1 Sony Ericsson K530i 1 Motorola Raza 1 Nokia 6822 1 Nokia 6300 1 Nokia 6230 2 Nokia 3109 2 Blackberry 8800 3 Blackberry 7130v 1 ...
- Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Electronic Equipment (8 January 2007)
Barry Gardiner: ... 14 December 2006 Since January 2006 the manufacturers of (a) mobile telephones and (b) computer equipment supplied new to the Department have been as follows: (a) Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, RIM; (b) Dell, Lenovo, Hewlett Packard.
- Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Departmental Expenditure (12 June 2006)
Mike O'Brien: ...and subsidies under statutory obligations for which the department is responsible are out of scope. CPS 2001-02 Land Securities Property Ltd Bull Integris Workplace by Design Ltd Damovo UK Ltd Ericsson Ltd Banner Business Supplies Ltd Jones Lang Ltd Global Crossing Ltd Partity Resources Ltd Planned Maintenance Engineering Ltd 2002-03 Logica UK Ltd Land Securities Property Ltd Damovo UK...
- Structure Plan (Kent and Medway) (2 February 2005)
Mr Derek Wyatt: ...profound changes. In 2002, as the founder of the Oxford internet institute I was invited to lecture in north Sweden, in a region called Lulea. It is not possible to go much further north before reaching the Arctic circle, yet Sony Ericsson has its 3G research centre at Lulea university of technology. In 2004, I visited Helsinki to meet the owners of M-real, which owns UK Paper in my...
- Mining Communities (20 May 2003)
Mr John Mann: ...major employers, such as Hazelwoods, which has supplied 1,800 jobs, and Wilkinson, which increased employment by 1,700 jobs. However, we remain vulnerable to the decision of any employer to relocate. When Ericsson relocated to Mexico and Poland in the run-up to my election, 1,200 jobs went overnight. Within a year—six months before and six months after my election—4,500 jobs...
- Microchips (14 March 2003)
Lord Mitchell: ...its tent, Psion set up Symbian as a provider of software to the third generation of mobile telephony. Symbian is a wonderful British example. Today it is owned by many of its customers—Nokia, Motorola, Ericsson, Sony and Siemens, as well as by Psion itself. Symbian licenses its software at 5 dollars a share. Its royalty revenue doubled last year. As 3G takes off, Symbian's revenue is...
- Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Redundancy (25 February 2003)
Mr Alan Johnson: ...in the Netherlands, Fiat in Italy, Alcatel in Belgium, and Santander in Spain. In some cases these job losses are part of European or global restructuring programmes, for example, Alcatel, Ericsson and Nokia. UK firms, like those on the Continent, are subject to legislation implementing the EC Directive on Collective Redundancies designed to protect employees affected by redundancies. This...
- Written Answers — Defence: Weapon Locating Radars (18 July 2002) See 1 other result from this answer
Mr Mike Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many artillery hunting radars have been leased from Ericsson to fill the capability gap left by the delay in selecting a bidder; what the total cost was of leasing; and if he will make a statement.