Here are some of the exciting things happen around Ericsson this week!

In partnership with Ericsson, Telstra launches 5G testing center

It's the first of many sites that we will be working on in partnership with Telstra, as part of our efforts to bring the best mobile technologies from around the world to Australia.

Learn more about 5G opportunities at Ericsson here

Read more about the project here

Entel extends network partnership with Ericsson towards 5G

We're happy to announce that we've extended our 20-year strategic partnership with Entel, the largest telecom company in Chile! We're looking forward to evolving Entel's network in anticipation of #5G - it's sure to be an exciting an rewarding project.

Learn more about our plans for 5G here

Learn more about this partnership here 

Telefornica Chile has selected Ericsosn for full virtualization of its network!

Telefornica Chile has selected Ericsosn for full virtualization of its network! This partnership positions us as the first operator in the country to deploy a virtualized core network.

Read more about our plan for 5G here

Read more about our partnership with Telefornica here

Swisscomm deploys Ericsson radio dot systems

More than 120 operators in over 70 countries have already deployed Ericsson Radio Dot Systems, and Swiss mobile consumers will now benefit from greater connectivity. 

Learn more about how you can be a part of creating the Networked Society here

Learn more about this exciting project here

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