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Core network preparation starts now

Ericsson’s core network solutions bring new levels of performance, flexibility and optimization to your business. Prepare for meeting the diverse new services, business models and use cases that 5G & IoT will bring. The time is now.

The case for change


Network slicing economic study with British Telecom

Unique insights on economic impact of network slicing, quantified as a smart investment, while enabling fast implementation and better utilization.

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Cloud Native

Cloud Native for telecom applications is happening now. In the next few years all telecom applications will be cloud natively designed so as to increase efficiency and utilization of the cloud infrastructure.

Customer case: Swisscom

Continuous delivery and deployment of software is helping Swisscom turn on 5G.

A core network ready for your 5G and IoT business

With network slicing, cloud native design principles, advanced automation and resource orchestration, your core network will be in good shape for 5G and IoT. Start to deploy already today.

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Transforming 4G into 5G: Ericsson's dual-mode 5G Cloud Core

We are evolving our Cloud Core portfolio with seven new products that deliver a dual-mode 5G Cloud Core solution...but what does dual-mode core means? And why do service providers need it for their networks? It's simple: eventually they will need to launch new services based on 5G NR stand-alone (SA) technology at some point in the near future, but they'll still need to care for their existing 4G customer base.

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TCO will be at the center of each journey to 5G Core

Total cost of ownership (TCO) is always key. However, during technology shifts and business transformations it becomes crucial. Ericsson dual-mode 5G Cloud Core enables new ways of achieving challenging business and operational goals, while migrating to a 5G Core.


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User plane innovations enable profitable 5G service

Earlier this year, I wrote about the coming data explosion that will be a challenge for the packet core. With vast amounts of traffic from IoT devices, an increase in video applications, and the exponential growth in connectivity that 5G will bring, we expect an increasing strain on the network. Support for higher data peaks with lower latencies will be needed. And, as we learn and hear about each day in the news, this isn’t a years-off projection, 5G, is happening now.