It’s an exciting time for the ICT industry. 5G mobile networks are poised to transform the way people, businesses and societies share, learn, do business and connect – and Ericsson is leading the way in bringing this revolutionary technology to market.

Are you interested in being a part of exploring the future of 5G? If so, then there’s no better place to be than Ericsson! From our newly-opened 5G design center in Austin, Texas, to our established Research and Development centers in Poland, Hungary, Canada and India, to our industry-wide thought leadership, Ericsson researchers and developers are leading the world into a 5G future.

Ericsson 5G podcast



Want to know more about how big an impact 5G will have on our industry, and on the world we live in? Listen to this Ericsson 5G podcast, in which three Ericsson experts examine 5G from three distinct perspectives: academic collaborations, industry disruptions, and 5G research.

Listen to the podcast here

Ericsson opens 5G design site in Austin, Texas



We’re looking for ASIC and Algorithm Developers for our 5G design site in the heart of Austin’s tech and startup scene!

This is an exciting opportunity to work on a global team within one of the longest-established companies in the ICT industry.

Learn more and apply here

The Business Potential of 5G



Ericsson’s special report on ICT industry digitalization and the untapped opportunities for operators contains a wealth of information on:

- The market potential of 5G technology
- The global digitalization transformation
- The 5G value chain
- Key industry trends related to manufacturing, healthcare, media and entertainment, financial services, automotive and more

Read the full report here

5G readiness on the rise



We’ve released our second annual 5G Readiness Survey, for which we’ve polled 50 executives at various telecom operators about how far their companies have come on the road to 5G. The results are starting to look very positive:

  • 28% of respondents expect to deploy 5G next year
  • 78% are in the trial phase of 5G, compared to 32% in 2016
  • 59% now have a clear strategy in place for 5G use cases, while 36% feel they have a clear business model
  • 82% of technical respondents believe that multiuser Massive MIMO is an essential feature for 5G

Learn more and download our full report here

5G news

As a global 5G leader, we’re making a lot of headlines! Could you see yourself working on a high-profile project like 5G?

MTS selects Ericsson to prepare network for 5G and IoT



We’re excited to announce that the largest telecommunications operator in Russia, MTS, has selected Ericsson to upgrade their network to support the communications technologies of the future.

“In April 2017, our companies demonstrated 5G technology with peak data rates up to 25 Gbit/sec. Now we have reached an agreement with Ericsson, which will supply MTS with new equipment enabling our network to deploy first solutions based on 5G technologies starting in 2020. After this upgrade, the MTS network will provide higher data rates, increased capacity, and lower latency. These characteristics are critical for IoT and the digital services that we are starting to implement today."

- Andrey Ushatsky, MTS Vice President, Chief Technology, and IT Officer

This announcement represents a milestone in the large-scale commercialization of IoT and 5G technologies in Russia and positions Russia as an early adopter of the most advanced ICT solutions. Read more about this landmark partnership here

T-Mobile sets out to test new 3.5 GHz gear from Nokia, Ericsson



T-Mobile USA has applied for Special Temporary Authority to conduct tests using new 3550-3700 MHz equipment from Nokia and Ericsson. Read more here

Ericsson and Magyar Telekom demonstrate first 5G link in Hungary



At the annual celebration of Innovation Day at Ericsson’s Research and Development center in Budapest, Ericsson engineers demonstrated the latest cellular radio build on the pre-standard 5G New Radio 3GPP recommendations. Operating on a 15GHz frequency band with 800MHz bandwidth, the integrated radio technology enabled downlink speeds that are upwards of 20 times faster than what is possible with today’s technologies!

Ericsson and Magyar Telekom, along with Hungarian government bodies, universities, network equipment vendors and independent corporations, are all part of the 5G Coalition in Hungary that is paving the way for mass adoption of 5G technology.

“This demonstration is a real milestone for our partnership with Magyar Telekom. This is the first time a 5G radio link has been established in Hungary, and this implementation is helping to ensure that Magyar Telekom is well prepared to take full advantage of the potential of 5G.”

- Gábor Éry, Country Manager Ericsson Hungary

Read more about this successful partnership here

Ericsson pumps up 5G trials with US Cellular to 28GHz



Ericsson AB, a communications equipment manufacturer, is undertaking a second tranche of 5G tests with partner US Cellular, this time using 28GHz millimeter wave (mmWave) radios. The companies had previously tested 5G at 15GHz with a maximum speed of 9-Gbit/s, over a range of less than 1,000 feet. Read more here

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