LONDON, January 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The communications equipment industry, which features companies such as Nokia Corporation (NYSE: NOK) and Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC), has been experiencing robust demand of late. The proliferation of smartphones at home and abroad continues, and many companies are coming out with new innovations to set themselves apart from the crowd. The StockCall research team has recently compiled technical analysis on Nokia and Ericsson, and these reports are available for free at
With a number of high profile hacking incidents of late, security is one area that companies are trying to improve on and promote. Nokia's Lumia smartphone falls into this category, as it offers increased security through Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10. Sales of the Lumia line of phones have been impressive, as the company recently stated that it sold 4.4 million units in the 4th quarter, a significant increase over its 3rd quarter sales, which came in at 2.9 million. Nokia is set to release its fourth quarter earnings before the market opens on January 24th. See our pre-earnings technical analysis on Nokia at
On the services, software and infrastructure side of things, Ericsson [Free Research on ERIC](1) has been making headlines for a number of innovations. The company newly revealed a web development platform that will let any connected device be transformed into an always-open communications device. The new platform should add value to mobile services, and could lead developers to further innovations down the road. Ericsson quarterly financials are scheduled for release on January 25th before the opening bell.
- Ericsson Technical Analysis [ http://www.StockCall.com/Ericsson012213.pdf ]
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