5G use cases will place diverse requirements on transport networks. Aligning the radio, core and transport layers of a network are becoming more critical than ever to meet these requirements. To prepare for these growing demands, you need to get your transport network ready for 5G – now!
Our 5G transport portfolio is integrated with Ericsson Radio System, enabling first movers to turn on 5G. Fronthaul 6000, Router 6000 and MINI-LINK, part our innovative portfolio, build key components of an end-to-end, made-for-5G transport solution.
The solution is now complemented with best-in-class IP, edge, core and security solutions, along with highly flexible optical transport products from our partners.
Our mobile transport solution enables customers to secure their radio performance and offer automation and seamless orchestration, thereby removing complexity for them. Ericsson Network Manager manages the entire package, simplifying the overall management and control of 5G across the radio, transport and core networks, making us a one-stop shop for all your 4G and 5G needs.
Our transport solution is also very attractive for use in multivendor networks. At Ericsson, we are ready for 5G. Are you?
Changing the game: A complete solution that strengthens connectivity, capability and capacity while removing complexity.
There’s no doubt mobile transport requirements will increase as 5G grows. With our complete end-to-end solution you can transform your transport network for tomorrow’s mobile transport demands.
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Industry insights on the importance of microwave
In this film, representatives from four operators describe the role of microwave in their overall 5G strategy today and in the future.
In this film interview, experts from Turkcell, Orange Global, GCI Liberty, and Cable & Wireless Communications, describe some of the major challenges they are experiencing in their network evolution as well as how Ericsson is helping them secure success through microwave adoption.
The power of collaboration
Global floods and extreme rainfall have surged by more than 50 percent this decade and are now occurring four times more often than in 1980, making access to precise weather information an absolute necessity.
Today’s weather technologies struggle to accurately predict these catastrophic events, so innovators at Ericsson and the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) have developed a new way to leverage microwave data to help better prepare for the problem.
Watch the video above to learn how this innovative project is helping to support international aid organizations while boosting agriculture.