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The transition to the second phase of commercial 5G – standalone 5G – is a major step closer following the successful completion of a standalone 5G data connection by Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies.
The ability of 5G to optimize and coordinate emergency service responses in the critical minutes following accidents has been highlighted in a demo led by Ericsson and Portuguese operator Altice. The demo was conducted in partnership with local first responders.
Vehicle to everything (V2X) is a term that refers to high-bandwidth, low latency and highly reliable communication between a broad range of transport and traffic-related sensors. 5G mobile networks will be key to providing connectivity for vehicle to vehicle (V2V) and vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) communications.
Ericsson has teamed up with Orange Poland to give the operator’s customers a foretaste of 5G by switching on the country’s first live urban 5G test network in Warsaw.
- Ericsson to deliver and deploy 6-38 GHz Microwave and Microwave E-band equipment for MegaFon’s transport network across Russia
- Microwave-based transport offers low-cost, reliable and secure operations across multiple generations of mobile technology, including 5G
- MINI-LINK is Ericsson’s market-leading portfolio of microwave solutions for cost-efficient mobile transport networks
With pressing capacity, security and critical communication needs, industries and public agencies are seeking to establish their own private LTE and 5G networks. Here’s a look at what is rapidly becoming the preferred approach to delivering wireless broadband connectivity to industrial campus environments.
Cost-effective and efficient solutions that enable a smooth transition from 4G to 5G have been part of Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies’ pioneering 5G approach from day one. With Ericsson Spectrum Sharing and Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 5G Mobile Platforms, service providers can tap spectrum currently used for 4G to launch nationwide 5G coverage with a simple network software upgrade.
Sprint, in conjunction with Ericsson and Hitachi Vantara, announced the launch of Curiosity™ Smart Video Analytics. The highly adaptable solution delivers automated alerts and advanced video analytics technology, helping to make smarter decisions, respond faster to potential emergencies, and improve efficiency while keeping people and property safe.