The journey of five million MINI-LINKs begins with a single step.
For nearly five decades, Ericsson has been supporting communications service providers in building reliable mobile transport networks, a journey which has now reached a key milestone – a total of five million MINI-LINK radio units have been delivered to more than 180 countries, helping bridge the digital divide worldwide.
- A green bond of EUR 500 million within the Green Financing Framework, with a maturity of 4.5 years
- Proceeds will be exclusively allocated to investments in energy efficiency
- The bond extends Ericsson's well diversified debt maturity profile
Ericsson announced today that its Cloud RAN solution can support and run on Red Hat OpenShift. This will give communications service providers (CSPs) more flexibility in their choice of cloud platform.
- The enhanced RAN Compute portfolio includes new products and capabilities that help communications service providers maximize increasingly diverse spectrum assets
- Powered by Ericsson Silicon, the processors can support four times more capacity, six 4G and 5G mode configurations, two times more energy efficient and enhanced AI capabilities
- Innovative 5G RAN software and two high-capacity routers to support this RAN Compute evolution, boosting automation and network capacity
Ericsson has launched an intelligent, cloud-native transport controller that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze and automate microwave, IP and optical networks, providing communications service providers (CSPs) with an advanced solution for maximizing mobile transport network efficiency.
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Mid-band spectrum delivers high-capacity 5G wide-area coverage. However, mobile data growth and a variety of existing and new 5G use cases urge the need for additional mid-bands. Networks will require, on average, 2 GHz of mid-band spectrum per country towards the end of the decade, according to GSMA, and 6 GHz is a critical resource and, in many countries, the only one. To this end, Ericsson and MediaTek have joined forces to achieve an industry-first, 3GPP-compliant data call on 6 GHz 5G NR as part of efforts to build a global ecosystem for this spectrum.
- Port of Tyne partners with BT and Ericsson to deploy a 5G private network and smart port technology across the entire estate
- Future 5G-enabled applications set to include autonomous vehicles, survey drones, smart surveillance, artificial intelligence (AI) and extended reality (XR)
- Low latency connectivity at the heart of long-term vision to streamline operations, improve safety, reduce carbon emissions and drive innovation in the maritime industry
Ericsson scored highest in the 5G Core for Consumer Business use case of the November 2023 Gartner® Critical Capabilities for 5G Network Infrastructure for Communications Service Providers report
- Ericsson is recognized in 2023 Gartner® Critical Capabilities for 5G Network Infrastructure for Communications Service Providers, 5G core report.
- To us, recognition in this report reflects the wide portfolio range as well as depth of experience and ability to deliver results.
- Ericsson’s Scott Poretsky has been elected to co-chair the O-RAN ALLIANCE’s Security Work Group
- The appointment marks Ericsson’s third co-chair position in the O-RAN ALLIANCE
- Ericsson revs up its commitment in driving open standards forward and the progression of the Open RAN market