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- Powered by Ericsson IoT Accelerator, Telenor Connexion provides global connectivity to Wayout's sustainable micro-factories
- Telenor Connexion to deliver cellular IoT connectivity management services, SIM cards and agreements with local operators
- Ericsson IoT Accelerator enables cost-efficient IoT connectivity management and operations using the secure, scalable and standardized worldwide mobile network infrastructure
Rostelecom, Tele2 and Ericsson have deployed a pilot 5G network at the Digital Industry of Industrial Russia (CIPR) conference to help monitor the health of visitors.
- Ericsson 5G RAN, including both standalone and non-standalone technologies, to be introduced from 2021; Ericsson 5G Core for standalone technology to be added to existing core network
- Ericsson 5G technology to help drive Elisa’s digitalization, IoT and Industry 4.0 ambitions in Finland
- Ericsson President and CEO, Börje Ekholm, says the deal reflects Ericsson’s growing 5G strength in Europe
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Hitachi begins testing Ericsson's 5G-powered industrial IoT solutions at its Silicon Valley research center
In partnership with Ericsson, Hitachi America, Ltd. (“Hitachi America”) has installed a dedicated 5G network at its Silicon Valley Research Center in Santa Clara, Calif. The network will leverage 5G and Hitachi America’s platform technology to accelerate the development and demonstrate the value of digital transformation across industries.
Ericsson is partnering with leading Swedish and international companies to test a 5G-enabled self-driving electric minibus in the heart of Stockholm.
Croatian mobile network operator, A1 Hrvatska, has achieved a record long commercial hop – at nearly 27km – using Ericsson MIMO and MINI-LINK technologies. This achievement shows how MIMO technology can help address key 5G concerns for service providers: increased capacity needs and limited spectrum availability.
Ericsson is partnering with Taiwanese bulk carrier, U-Ming Marine Transport Corporation (U-MING), to digitize its fleet performance management through intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity.
Ericsson has joined the 1.5°C Supply Chain Leaders initiative, a group of major multinational corporations who have committed to supporting supply chain partners to curb emissions, build business resilience and gain a competitive advantage in the transitioning economy.