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Customers of Australian communications service provider Telstra will benefit from Ericsson-enabled 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) on the 26GHz spectrum band from mid-2020 in selected areas. The partners also continue to push the boundaries in 4G LTE connectivity, with successful testing that could result in cell range capability doubling from 100km to 200km - opening up new possibilities in rural mobile broadband coverage.
- Ericsson Spectrum Sharing (ESS) will expand 5G coverage for global service providers including Swisscom, Telstra, Ooredoo and Play
- More than 80 percent of service providers testing Ericsson Spectrum Sharing plan to deploy it in the coming 12 months
- The award-winning Ericsson Spectrum Sharing software can run on any of Ericsson’s five million 5G-ready radios delivered since 2015
Ericsson’s dynamic spectrum sharing solution won Overall Mobile Technology and Best Mobile Technology Breakthrough at the 2020 Global Mobile Awards.
According to the World Health Organization, around 150,000 people die each year in traffic-related accidents in India. With the help of connectivity, automation and AI, leaders from the transport and technology industries are teaming up to help reduce this number.
The Annual General Meeting of shareholders of Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) will be held on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, at 3 p.m. at Kistamässan, Arne Beurlings Torg 5, Kista/Stockholm.
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- Ericsson CI/CD pipeline for cloud-native 5G Core standalone software deployment successfully tested
- Ericsson solution enables fast and efficient delivery of new software and functionalities while maintaining network quality
- Solution meets communications service provider software delivery needs for 5G networks
Ericsson’s pioneering indoor small cell solutions – the Ericsson Radio Dot System – are helping accelerate commercial 5G rollouts around the world. Now with new additions to the portfolio, customers such as KT in Korea and Swisscom in Switzerland are bolstering their networks and densifying indoor coverage for subscribers.
Ericsson and Audi are stepping up their 5G collaboration by testing Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC) capabilities for factory automation at the car manufacturer’s P-Labs facility in Germany.
- Decreases OPEX and CO2 emissions for communications service providers using AI and data analytics to optimize energy efficiency and maximize site availability
- Reduced energy consumption, site visits and outages enable service providers to meet current and future traffic demands while addressing the energy and climate challenge
- New solution integrated into the Ericsson Operations Engine – the company’s AI-based, data-driven approach to managed services