Category archives: Networks
Today 4G connectivity comes at a premium, whereas WiFi is free. But that could all change, and 5G just might be the new WiFi…
Football fans – what a summer we are having! Normally, I am not a big football enthusiast, but the feast we are served in Russia has got me hooked! Such a treat.
We’re getting down to the nitty-gritty of 5G as we move the trials from test beds to a commercial system. As part of this journey, Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, have begun 3GPP-compliant 5G New Radio (NR) multi-vendor interoperability testing on commercial platforms in Qualcomm’s San Diego lab.
I’m not exactly the biggest football fan on the planet, although like many Swedes I will be cheering on my country in the global soccer tournament in Russia, which kicked off on June 14.
Enhanced mobile broadband will be the first large-scale global use case for 5G, a point that President and CEO Börje Ekholm emphasized in his press conference at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona.
Let’s look at five findings from a new report that highlight this 5G consumer business case.
Microwave backhaul was once considered a handicraft oddity but today it is omnipresent in virtual fiber networks. This wireless transport media has been innovated and re-invented to meet the backhaul needs for every new mobile system generation – from 2G to today – with each providing new services and supporting much higher data rates.
Still, you […]
The latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report was released this morning, with its usual complement of statistics and forecasts of mobile subscriptions, coverage and traffic.
A quick perusal of the report reveals that the major trends in the industry are alive and kicking: moderate subscription growth along with continued impressive technology migration rates (from GSM/EDGE […]