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Ericsson and Azerbaijani communications service provider Azercell have signed a three-year 5G Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) spaning the joint deployment of 5G projects, trials, and use cases.
• Data call connects Bern, Switzerland and Gold Coast, Australia using Ericsson Spectrum Sharing over live commercial 5G networks and commercial form factor 5G smartphones
• Milestone shows dynamic spectrum sharing supports 5G smartphones, enabling service providers to quickly launch 5G services over a wide area and expand 5G coverage
• Ericsson, together with industry leaders OPPO, Qualcomm Technologies, Swisscom and Telstra, move towards commercial dynamic spectrum sharing
- Three-to-five-year Orange contract extension covers Belgium, Moldova, Romania, Slovakia, and Spain
- Ericsson Operations Engine, an AI-driven operating model, will be implemented to enhance Orange subscribers’ user experience
- Deal will see additional use of AI and automation of operations
- In November 2019, Ericsson and SK Telecom entered a new commercial agreement - turning on a Cloud Packet Core in the operator’s commercial 5G core network
- The deal expands on an existing 5G core network transformation project and will help SK Telecom improve network performance and user experience
Australian communication service provider Optus – a subsidiary of Singtel – has launched commercial 5G in Australia, with Ericsson included as part of the network rollout. This announcement solidifies Ericsson’s position as the leading provider of 5G in Australia.
- 5G to cover up to 65 percent of the world’s population by the end of 2025 and handle 45 percent of global mobile data traffic
- Smartphone users to consume a global average of 24 GB per month in 2025 from 7.2 GB currently, as video usage increases and new services become available
- Total number of cellular IoT connections estimated at five billion by the end of 2025, from 1.3 billion by end of 2019
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- 5G commercial contract is part of MTN South Africa’s network modernization
- Includes Ericsson radio access network, core, and transport products and solutions
- MTN and Ericsson are working together to identify and develop 5G use cases and applications to drive industry digital transformation
Commercial 5G spectrum sharing is a significant step closer following a landmark data call achievement by Ericsson, Swisscom and Qualcomm Technologies.