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Updates to Ericsson Mobility Report published: rising mobile broadband subscriptions and data traffic reported
- Síminn and Ericsson have joined forces to provide enhanced LTE mobile broadband services for Icelandic customers
- Síminn’s core network, LTE network and 3G network will be upgraded and expanded and in the coming years Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and Wi-Fi Calling are also envisaged
- The contract covers equipment, software and a range of professional services, including project management, systems integration and support
- Ericsson supports China Mobile in its continual expansion of 4G LTE network coverage across 15 Chinese provinces and cities
- Ericsson continues to invest in TD-LTE technology, accelerating smooth evolution of TDD towards 5G
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- LTE optimized for fixed wireless is proven technology for delivery of broadband directly to homes and businesses as part of nbn’s Multi-Technology Mix (MTM) deployment strategy
- Delivery of affordable and high performance broadband services to rural and regional Australia can help to close the digital divide
- Ericsson and nbnTM continue to advance the fixed wireless service to deliver performance benefits, keeping pace with increasing user demands
- GSM/EDGE subscriptions to decline from 780 million in 2014 to around 510 million by 2020. The GSM/EDGE subscription base is predicted to peak in 2015 and decline thereafter as subscribers migrate to 3G services
- WCDMA/HSPA subscriptions to increase from over 120 million in 2014 to around 620 million by 2020, as the proportion of WCDMA/HSPA subscriptions in the total subscription base increases from 13 percent to 45 percent
- LTE subscriptions to reach more than 230 million by 2020, forming around 17 percent of the total subscription base
5G is live in Ericsson’s outdoor 5G test network to address IoT, internet of skills and smartphone proliferation
To be ready for commercial networks in 2020, Ericsson 5G research is coming out of the labs and into live test networks in Sweden and the US. This video demos Ericsson’s latest 5G innovation.
- Ericsson signed a MoU with KT on May 29, 2015 for collaboration in IoT area
- KT and Ericsson plan to start verifying LTE-MTC technology and relevant IoT services in 1H, 2016 by building a trial network in Korea
Ericsson funded analyst report shows that Ericsson has been responsible for submitting the highest number of submissions to the 3GPP standards body for the initial and ongoing development of the 3G and LTE standards.