Mobile transport solutions to connect 5G services, everywhere
Demand for 5G services is rising sharply across consumer and industry markets. To service this demand, service providers need purpose-built microwave and fiber mobile transport solutions – delivering ubiquitous, high-capacity 5G and 4G connectivity across cities, suburban areas and remote, rural spaces.
Based on a unique combination of microwave, IP router and integrated optical solutions, our mobile transport solutions deliver the capacity, ultra-low latency and layer 3 capability needed to build, scale and service 5G everywhere. The solution is complemented with best-in-class IP, edge, core and security solutions, along with highly flexible optical transport products from our partners. Automation and seamless orchestration enables service providers to secure their radio performance while reducing complexity. Ericsson Network Manager manages the end-to-end across the radio, transport and core networks – making Ericsson a one-stop shop for all your 4G and 5G needs. We’re ready for 5G. Are you?
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Industry insights on the importance of microwave
Why not listen to what service providers have to say about the true significance of microwave to their 5G strategy?
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.