Magnus Eriksson may refer to:
Ericsson Mobile Platforms was the name of a company within the Ericsson group that supplied mobile platforms, i.e. the technological basis on which a cellular phone product can be built.
Eriksson is a common Swedish patronymic surname meaning "son of Erik", itself an Old Norse given name. There are other spelling variations of this surname such as Erikson, Ericson, Ericsson and Erixon.
Mediaroom is a collection of software for operators to deliver IPTV subscription services, including content-protected, live, digital video recorder, video on demand, multiscreen, and applications. These services can be delivered via a range of devices inside and outside customers' homes, including wired and Wi-Fi set top boxes, PCs, tablets, smartphones and other connected devices – over both the operator's managed IP networks as well as "over the top" (OTT) or unmanaged networks.
Erikssonia acraeina, the Eriksson's copper, is a species of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. It was long thought to be monotypic within the genus Erikssonia.
Erikssonia is a genus of butterflies in the family Lycaenidae. They are found on sandy substrates, though E. edgei appears to be found on more loamy sand than its congeners.
Erikssonia edgei, commonly known as the Waterberg copper, tilodi copper or Edge's acraea copper, is an obligate myrmecophylous lycaenid butterfly, which is native to Limpopo, South Africa. The critically endangered butterfly occurs in high-altitude grasslands on sandy substrates, and has only been obtained from the type and one subsequent locality.
Maria Eriksson is an English fashion and glamour model. She is one of the few models from outside the United States to attain a special Green Card due to her extraordinary ability career.
Ericsson Mobile Communications AB was a subsidiary of Ericsson, entirely focused on development of mobile phones . The major offices were located in Lund, Kumla, Raleigh, North Carolina and Lynchburg, Virginia.
Mark A. Eriksson is an American physicist, focusing in experimental studies of nanostructures, especially nanoscale electronic systems, quantum computing; semiconductor membranes, many-body physics and interacting electrons in low-dimensional systems; application of nanoelectronics to biology, currently the Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor at University of Wisconsin and is an Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and American Physical Society.