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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.
- Successful deployment within C Band campus network is the first high-capacity C Band test in the United States
- New mid-band 5G milestone reached with 5.4 Gbps peak cell capacity using 16-layer Multi-User MIMO over 100 MHz
- C Band campus network highlighted in recent report by Signals Research Group
New multi-campus network demonstrates end-to-end 5G ecosystem in an enterprise environment, showcases how Edge Computing enables new services and applications, and provides a platform for partnership, innovation.
Verizon is the first recipient of a U.S. manufactured commercial 5G base station from Ericsson’s new state-of-the-art smart factory in Texas. The contact-free delivery was captured in this short video.
- The agreement will support consumer and enterprise 5G use cases, along with CBRS equipment and services
- 5G mmWave capacity and throughput deployment will begin this year
- Partnership marks first deployment of Ericsson Operations Engine Cloud-native Application Development to design, develop and test new software features, powered by Artificial Intelligence
- Expands on more than 20-year relationship between Ericsson and Somos to ensure seamless availability of Toll-Free Numbers nationwide, especially during critical times
- Development of new features and functionalities is at the core of the agreement, which advances Ericsson’s existing support of Somos’ applications
T-Mobile partners with industry leaders, including Ericsson to achieve several important world's first milestones for standalone architecture (SA) 5G.
- Agreement includes Ericsson Cloud Packet Core and Ericsson Network Manager
- Technology will enable Watch Communications customers in markets across Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky to make a seamless transition from 4G to 5G