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  • Ericsson Local Packet Gateway is a powerful new product, designed to help communication service providers (CSPs) address the edge opportunity in virtual and hybrid 5G private networks segments to support high data bandwidth and low latency use cases. Ericcson
  • Ericsson has launched the Ericsson Local Packet Gateway, enabling CSPs to unlock innovative edge opportunities in both hybrid private networks segments and on the network edge, to support high-data bandwidth and low-latency use cases. The Fast Mode
  • VIAVI will be delivering geolocation capabilities as a Non Real-time RIC Application on the Ericsson Intelligent Automation Platform, a service management and orchestration product which enables any mobile network, purpose-built or Cloud RAN / Open RAN, to be intelligently automated. EEJournal
  • Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and other partners on the Ericsson IoT Accelerator platform will now be able to provide customers with the ability to view, activate and adjust cellular data plans in real-time for their Cradlepoint devices. Ericcson
  • Being an easy to install and flexible network, supporting a range of deployment sizes, Ericsson Private 5G will support innovative use cases across a range of industrial sectors including manufacturing, mining, ports, and airports, as well as oil and gas and power utilities. Zawya
  • As a part of a trial, Ericsson will pilot 5G Edge with Google Distributed Cloud Edge as part of a proof of concept at its USA 5G Smart Factory. DatacenterDynamics
  • A Thuraya-Ericsson integrated solution will provide secure, reliable and low-latency local connectivity to enable multiple Industry 4.0 use cases on Yahsat's satellite network, while ensuring that sensitive data remains on-site and completely secure. The CEO Magazine
  • In a report published by Ericsson, the use of IoT has the potential for reducing emissions by as much as 63.5 gigatons by the year 2030, should all industrial sectors participate. FutureIoT
  • Ericsson's 5G solutions will help du overcome the deployment challenges of 5G like power consumption increase and tower loading and ensure its network is ready to support the influx of devices, data, and technologies as the UAE enters the digital age. DatatechVibe
  • Revenue generated by Vonage for providing API access will directly help Ericsson and should also help Ericsson's customers, the telecoms operators. Analysys Mason
  • STOCKHOLM-Ericsson AB agreed to buy cloud-communications provider Vonage Holdings Corp., for $6.2 billion, in deal that the Swedish telecom-equipment maker said will expand its wireless enterprise business and broaden its global offerings. Morningstar, Inc.
  • Ericsson, in collaboration with Verizon, will pilot Verizon 5G Edge with Google Distributed Cloud Edge as part of a proof of concept at its U.S. 5G smart factory. Datamation
  • Ericsson is looking at the possibility to produce equipment for 5G base stations there, as well as the opportunity to launch its own plant in Russia. Telecom Paper
  • Swedish network vendor Ericsson has said it will pilot the combined service, bringing Verizon's 5G airtime and Google Cloud's edge computing, at its 5G smart factory in the US. Enterprise IoT Insights
  • Ericsson expects 5G to lead to a cost per gigabyte 10 times lower than 4G networks (reliance on 4G alone to meet growing demand would instead lead to an increase in cost per gigabyte). Compass Lexecon
  • Ericsson AB agreed to buy cloud-communications provider Vonage Holdings Corp., for $6.2 billion, in deal that the Swedish telecom-equipment maker said will expand its wireless enterprise business and broaden its global offerings. WSJ
  • As part of Ericsson's broader 5G-related commitments to Malaysia, DNB will be setting up a 5G Experiential Centre with Ericsson, to serve as hub to showcase new and exciting use cases for telcos and the broader industry to view, experience, innovate, and accelerate development on. The Star
  • Ericsson's global leadership in 5G technology is expected to provide access to the developing space for open network APIs, which is expected to reach at least USD 8 billion by the end of the decade with a strong growth profile. Ericcson
  • Ericsson's expertise in 5G technology is expected to provide access to the developing space for open network APIs, which is expected to reach at least $8 billion by the end of 2030. ETTelecom
  • Ericsson is enhancing its 5G capabilities with the launch of an end-to-end solution that it says will guarantee the consistent low latency and high reliability demanded by time-critical applications and services for consumers, enterprises, and public sector. IAB
  • Ericsson is enhancing its 5G capabilities with the launch of an end-to-end solution that will guarantee the consistent low latency and high reliability demanded by time-critical applications and services for consumers, enterprises, and public sector. The National
  • In the POC, TELUS and Ericsson verified eMBB and mMTC use cases with plans to further collaborate on URLCC, which will enable TELUS to offer highly customized services to its customers in different verticals in a simple and intuitive manner - leading the journey towards network slicing as a service. Ericcson

Last updated: 22 May 2022


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