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Vodafone goes live with Ericsson 5G technology in London
In London, Ericsson will provide comprehensive 5G coverage based on the latest Ericsson Radio System portfolio.
Ericsson launches enhanced 5G deployment options
With 5G deployments rapidly gathering momentum globally, Ericsson continues to lead the way with its service-provider-focused 5G platform.
Telkomsel Indonesia to deploy Ericsson core in preparation for 5G
“Cloud solutions will help meet the growing demand for new network services to enhance productivity and efficiency."
5G uptake rising even faster than expected - Ericsson
“As network capabilities continue to grow, consumers are demanding enhanced forms of experience."
Huawei at 29% share of global telecom infrastructure market
Among other telecommunications infrastructure market findings, Dell’Oro reports that Huawei increased its share by 8 percentage points since 2013.
Ericsson to switch on 5G globally
The company is already rolling out 5G networks across the globe.
Telstra partnerships boost subsea cable infrastructure
Telstra’s customers across Asia Pacific will soon be able to take advantage of major major boosts to Telstra’s network services and subsea cables.
Cloud-native networking core market seeing growth
Dell’Oro group has released two reports that show that the expectation for 5G is driving the growth of cloud-native IMS VoLTE and EPC core markets.
Mobile Infrastructure market sees fastest growth since 2014
The report from Dell’Oro shows that while the vendor rankings for the top three vendors remained unchanged with Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia leading.
Ericsson, Sprint launch IoT network primed for cutting-edge developments
Ericsson and Sprint are planning to build an IoT network that is both distributed and virtualised in order to capture the future of IoT.
Huawei, Ericsson take majority of growing evolved packet core market
As market revenue grew by 4% from last quarter, the companies combined market shares reacher over 60%.
How Ericsson aims to boost network automation capability
"Dynamic orchestration is crucial in 5G-ready virtualized networks."
Verizon and Ericsson prepare for 5G launch
Ericsson announced that the company has increased its U.S. footprint by expanding its partnership with Verizon.
The 5G race: Ericsson and Singtel launching Singapore's first pilot network
The two companies have announced an initiative that will accelerate the launch of Singapore's first 5G pilot network.
Ericsson Energy Alliance aims to make network evolution cost-effective
Ericsson has joined forces with Vertiv and NorthStar to form this alliance.
5G race ramping up with Huawei and Ericsson taking action
5G has been talked about for a number of years but the quest is really starting to heat up with the big players keen to express their handiwork.
Ericsson & Argus Cyber Security embark on security collaboration for connected vehicles
Argus Cyber Security and Ericsson will provide intelligence-based cybersecurity to connected vehicles and automakers.
Telstra, Qualcomm and Ericsson achieve record-breaking 4G speeds
Telstra, Ericsson, NETGEAR and Qualcomm announced they have achieved record-breaking 4G speeds of up to two Gigabits per second.
Telstra transmission network in Melbourne runs at break-neck speeds
"Deployment of these technologies will help Telstra to prepare for the ever-increasing demand for data."
Singtel & Ericsson hit 1Gbps LAA network speeds in Asia-Pacific first
The two companies broke the 1 Gbps barrier in a Singtel laboratory by combining several LTE technologies.
MTS selects Ericsson to prepare network for 5G and IoT
The two companies will roll out 5G demo zones during FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Telstra, Ericsson and Ciena deliver transatlantic encryption
Encrypted data was successfully transmitted between Los Angeles and Melbourne at 100 Gbps.
Equinix inks deal with Ericsson to ramp up video content delivery
Currently, Equinix operates more than 180 data centers across five continents that service over 9,500 companies.
IoT moves forward in South Africa with first ever Cat-M1 test
South Africa’s Internet of Things (IOT) aspirations have taken another step forward after Ericsson and Qualcomm successfully completed a lab trial.