For businesses, digitalization is mostly about business and proportionally less about technology. This is reflected in the reasons for and approaches to evolve different processes. In this report, we're investigating which roles CSPs can take in 5G for business.
With 5G deployments now being underway across most geographies, Ericsson has conducted a follow-up study on how to realize the 5G industry digitalization business potential. This must-read report is based on more than 200 use cases, 10 industries and a series of 5G-enabled use-case clusters.
By the end of 2025, we expect 5G to have 2.6 billion subscriptions covering up to 65 percent of the world’s population and generating 45 percent of the world’s total mobile data traffic, making it the fastest developing mobile communication technology to have ever been rolled out on a global scale
Mobile broadband is the first use case for 5G. Its introduction will bring increased capacity and improved customer experience. Explore how 5G can improve your consumer business.
Enhanced mobile broadband will be the first commercial application of 5G and can help operators improve their consumer business. Our study reveals that the evolution to 5G can enable a 10 times lower cost per gigabyte than current 4G networks.
Connected devices and mobile applications require wireless network access that is resilient, secure and able to protect individuals’ right to privacy. The 5G system is designed with these requirements in mind. Read our whitepaper.
Ericsson’s network technology enables evolution from 4G to full 5G deployment through natural, step-wise implementation that balances investments, revenue streams and competitiveness while minimizing risk. Our paper outlines how. Read the new edition with expanded sections on core network evolution and spectrum strategies.