As we introduce 5G, there are network aspects that can be developed further to meet the expectations that users and industries will have on 5G network capabilities. Here is a snapshot of 10 important jobs where the network can do an even better job than today.
At the iPhone launch event 10 years ago, Steve Jobs famously said that the iPhone’s killer app was making calls. It was voice, not music or the touchscreen or the camera, that would make or break his new device.
The only way to glean great benefits from the digital transformation that characterizes all industries is to use, analyze and store significant personal information. That information enables access to critical health and financial services that we find on multiple devices and infrastructures.
It’s only five months since we announced at Mobile World Congress that we were partnering with Telstra to upgrade its nationwide transmission network. And now engineers from the Australian telco and Ericsson have reached a key program milestone by turning on terabit transmission capacity to the Australian state of Tasmania.
In the realm of IoT, global is the goal. Business growth for enterprises means securing a strong presence in the global market, and for telecom operators, it depends heavily on how truly global their coverage spans. In some cases, operators can achieve global coverage through roaming. Yet as local regulations, big data consumption, and roaming costs come into play, this becomes tricky. So where do they turn? Continue reading
Editor’s note: The following is a guest post by Bo Ribbing, Head of Sales Development DCP, for Ericsson.
The IoT is global and will require global thinking and partnerships, and nowhere else is this as clear as in China. Continue reading
Do you have a great idea that can change the way 7 billion citizens will travel and transport themselves in the future? Do you want to revolutionize the world of sustainable manufacturing? Is your startup solving the IoT-related data security challenges of a connected society? Continue reading