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L. M. ERICSSON
(GENERAL TELEPHONE CO. L. M.ERICSSON, LTD)
Office: 18, Dobelnsgatan
A. B. C. 4th, 5th & 6th Ed.. Union,
Designers, Manufacturers and Contractors of
Telephone Exchanges and Networks, and Fire Alarm
Branch Works in Great Britain, France, Russia, Austria, Hungary, Holland, U. S. A. and Mexico.
Branch Offices in Finland, Czecho-Slovakia, Poland and Argentina.
Representatives in all countries.
Range of activity
The telephone industry in Sweden
The company designs, constructs and installs the complete equipment of telephone exchanges and networks, as well as operates such installations for owners or on concession. Its speciality is telephone exchanges and apparatus on different systems of the company's own design: local and common battery exchanges, exchanges with manual or automatic distribution, and semiautomatic as well as full automatic exchanges. Another department of the company is devoted to the construction and installation of Telephone Nets and Fire Alarm systems.
Magneto wall and table telephones
Also, all parts for telephone installations, cords, cables,
Common battery wall telephone
Automatic table telephone
Secret intereommunication telephone
tractor of telephone instruments to the Stockholms Allmanna Telefonaktiebolag, established in 1883 with the object of installing and operating entire telephone exchanges and networks,the business expanded rapidly. In the early nineties the concern began to interest itself in the introduction of its appliances and system outside of Sweden. The first to come under its influence were the neighbouring countries Finland, Norway, Denmark and Russia. Other European and overseas-countries followed in rapid succession as users of the Ericsson inventions.
Of complete exchanges and networks supplied and installed abroad by the company may be mentioned those of Warsaw, Moscow and Mexico City. A great many of the central exchanges in important towns of the world are built by the company: Copenhagen, The Hague, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Paris, Calcutta, Johannesburg, Singapore, Shanghai, etc. — to mention only a few — and at the present the Ericsson telephones have penetrated to the most remote countries.
Exchanges and networks
Automatic wall telephone
StOckholmS Allmanna Tclefonaktiebolag Laying-out of cables in Mexico-City
and Aktiebolaget L. M. Ericsson & Co.
jointed under the name of Allmanna Tclefonaktiebolaget L. M. Ericsson. Later, or 1921, Allmanna Industriaktiebolagct H. T. Cedergren (formerly Aktiebolaget Stockholms Telefon), makers of electric cables and telephone fittings and appliances, was absorbed. The concern is also controlling telephone systems in some large European and American cities. The consolidation of the interests of these large firms brought about an increase of the capital to the present figure: Sw. Kronor 80,665,000, in addition to a reserve fund of Kr. 13,765,481: 26.