Nils Palmgren's vision
When the young telecom engineer Nils Palmgren was taking a walk one evening in the early 1910s, he suddenly had a vision of how ten incoming telephone lines in a telephone exchange could be placed in contact with 100 outgoing lines. Palmgren received several awards for his contributions, including Ericsson's bronze award in 1941 and the gold medal in 1946.
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Arvid Lindman and Swedish telephony
Arvid Lindman was an industrial leader and a prominent conservative politician in the early 1900s. During his time as Chairman of AB L M Ericsson & Co, Lindman actively supported the company's merger with SAT and his efforts gain approval from Parliament for the sale of AB Stockholmstelefon's operations, which was a condition of the merger.
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