ISLAMABAD - Vowing to support Long-Term Evolution (LTE) as future technology for Pakistan, Ericsson on Wednesday shared its vision of 50 billion connected devices at a seminar titled as Connected World. The venture was aimed at creating awareness about improved life styles and overall economical health as well as business opportunities made possible by mobile broadband. Ericsson claims offering exciting consumer experiences that lay ahead with mobile broadband. Pakistan has experienced broadband growth of 150 percent over the past two years and we have been placed 6th in terms of quarterly growth in the global broadband market, observed chief guest speaker at the seminar, Chairman Pakistan Telecom Authority Dr Muhammad Yaseen. With tele-density at 63 percent staying connected has started to be an everyday thing for 99 million mobile subscribers in Pakistan, he added. He was appreciative of the Ericssons initiative contributing to the necessary momentum for the 3G licensing process besides other such efforts to bring Pakistan closer to a Connected World. A connected world offers a wealth of possibilities for consumers, from improved health care, security, and better access to education to personal communication, information and entertainment - all of which will bring us a step closer towards becoming an information-rich society, observed President Ericsson Pakistan Mohsin Tavakol. He also shared Ericssons vision to be the prime driver in an all-communication world. A world in which all people can use voice, data, images, and videos to share ideas and information wherever and whenever they want. An all-communicating world is getting closer, a world in which Ericsson sees 50b connected devices by 2020, he added.