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  • [New] As we enter a new age for electronics powered by 5G and eventually 6G, MIT and Ericsson are collaborating on two research projects that seek to help build a new network infrastructure needed to empower the truly revolutionary use cases the next generation of mobile networks will bring. Ericcson
  • Network equipment and service providers, such as Nokia and Ericsson, as well as industrial software firms like ABB or SAP, will likely count as CII providers and rank among the most impacted foreign companies. Merics
  • Whereas in Croatia Ericsson will run both radio and core, while Nokia will deploy radio and packet core networks in Serbia and Slovenia. Inside Telecom
  • Ericsson's network technology enables evolution from 4G to full 5G deployment through natural, step-wise implementation that balances investments, revenue streams and competitiveness while minimizing risk. Ericcson
  • As for the geographical distribution between the two chosen vendors, in Bulgaria, Nokia will deploy the radio network and Ericsson the core network. Inside Telecom
  • The rollout of 5G and the full modernization of Faroese Telecom's current 4G network will use Ericsson's 5G RAN and Core products and solutions, including the Ericsson Radio System portfolio that covers Massive MIMO and Ericsson Antenna System. Mobile Europe
  • The backlash from China could result in Ericsson losing out on contracts and hinder the building of market share in China.
  • The first signal of China's threat emerged in July when Ericsson saw its market share of 5G contracts in China reduced.
  • As communication service providers (CSPs) switch on 5G, consumer demand for innovative services like cloud gaming is rising faster than expected, according to the recent Ericsson ConsumerLab (Consumer and Market Insight) report, Five ways to a better 5G. Ericcson
  • Security will be a critical success factor in the deployment of the nearly six billion cellular IoT devices estimated to be in use by the end of 2026.
  • India has established its own 5G standards, a move that has been criticised by private operators who say it risks creating a closed telecom ecosystem.
  • Ericsson will undertake capacity building and innovation programmes to support local vendor development and participation as well as to boost 5G adoption among the public.
  • Sweden's Ericsson, caught in the middle of a geopolitical battle between Beijing and the West, said on Friday it was no longer banking on previously anticipated contract wins for 5G tenders in China, sending its shares down more than 8%. The Globe and Mail
  • Under the five-year agreement, Verizon will utilize Ericsson's different technology solutions to expand its ultra-wideband 5G coverage. Dallas News
  • In addition to Massive MIMO radios, Verizon will use Ericsson's Cloud RAN, network software and its Street Macro portfolio, which is designed to deliver high capacity in small form factors. Mobile World Live
  • Ericsson is researching cognitive networks, which rely on artificial intelligence (AI) that will, as networks become more complex to operate and maintain, enable a secure, highly automised, data-driven network operation. Capacity Media
  • Ericsson Digital Services offers a cloud native dual-mode 5G Core solution for smarter networks to drive smarter business, allowing communications service providers to offer a multitude of new business opportunities for mobile users and industries.
  • Given the continued clampdown on Chinese 5G companies by the US, companies like Nokia could end up gaining market share in the future. Economy Watch

Last updated: 19 September 2021