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- 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
U.S. Cellular, with Ericsson support, began boosting mobile broadband capacity to customers in parts of Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, New Hampshire, Maine and North Carolina, due to increased demand for data usage during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s official—5G has arrived in Alaska! In partnership with industry leader Ericsson, GCI has turned up the first 5G cell sites in Anchorage, becoming the northernmost 5G wireless carrier in the nation.
- Agreement includes Ericsson providing 5G Radio Access Network and Core network
- Technology will enable Nex-Tech Wireless customers in key markets across Kansas to enjoy a seamless experience from 4G to 5G
Vermont Telephone Company and Ericsson Mobilize Quickly to Provide Rutland City Public Schools with Free Internet
Vermont Telephone Company (VTel) and Ericsson aid students affected by school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic with access to free high-speed wireless Internet and Google Chromebooks.
Ericsson commits to 50,000 enhanced career opportunities for the U.S. workforce over the next five years
- Ericsson joins the White House Pledge to America’s Workers program
- Career opportunities to include increased apprenticeships, work-based learning programs, continuing education, on-the-job training and reskilling
- Ericsson to build Newport Utilities’ wireless network to bring high-speed internet access to underserved portions of their rural Tennessee service territory that otherwise is geographically challenging or difficult to reach with fiber optic cable
- Newport Utilities’ network will be operated by Ericsson’s world-class Managed Services solution for first year of operations