Transport is a game changer for 5G and we believe that a need to rethink mobile transport strategies is crucial to keep the 5G promise.
In the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report, we predict that 5G subscriptions will reach 1.9 billion, 35 percent of traffic will be carried by 5G networks and up to 65 percent of the global population could be covered by the technology. This makes it the fastest generation to be rolled out on a global scale.
Our report, Exploring IoT Strategies, shares insights on how telecom service providers identify multiple paths to IoT revenues and maximize their opportunities within the IoT landscape. Download the report here.
This report on mobile service packaging towards 5G aims to provide some answers and explore the business evolution opportunities for service providers.
In an industry where reliability and low latency are critical for daily operations and safety, mining is ready for transformation. Ericsson and Boliden have partnered to drill down into the business value of using 5G technology in the mine.
In this report we are uncovering the 5G Business value to the industry when we explore the Blisk manufacturing case study. Equipping industrial sites with 5G mobile communications opens up large opportunities for operators to expand their business.
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.
Independent market research firm GlobalData has published its report, The Microwave Backhaul: Competitive Landscape Assessment, ranking Ericsson as a leader in the microwave backhaul market through its highly competitive MINI-LINK product family. Download the report here.
We turned our insights into a comprehensive guide for operators on how to start their 5G-IoT business. We outline the opportunities, the challenges and the case studies that are emerging from the digitalization of industries.
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.
This ConsumerLab report uncovers six calls to action from consumers, which operators must act on to drive consumer satisfaction and monetize mobile broadband for a 5G future.
How will large companies use 5G within their business? That's what we asked 900 decision makers across 10 key industries. Download the report, here.
5G offers telecom operators an opportunity to help manufacturers build smart factories and take full advantage of technologies like automation, artificial intelligence, augmented reality and IoT.
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.
5G is expected to play a major role in industry digitalization. For operators it's a USD 619 billion revenue opportunity by 2026. Learn about the 5G business potential across 10 industries in the second edition of our report.
5G can enable operators to join the healthcare value chain. By driving transformation through services like online consultations and remote procedures, operators can improve efficiency and meet demands for greater convenience and freedom of choice.
Read about how these 3GPP standardized LPWA technologies will coexist in the same networks as other 5G NR components.
With 5G bringing in new possibilities for operators across the globe, a higher capacity microwave backhaul becomes even more important to ensure high-quality mobile broadband. This year’s Ericsson Microwave Outlook report discusses how this demand can be met with advanced microwave technology, spectrum, combination with fiber, and machine intelligence.
What makes a mobile operator successful? Frontrunners in the industry have common traits: they use different strategies to approach the market, to run their business, and are positioning themselves in relation to 5G and IoT. It’s these traits that form the core of the Growth Codes.