Ericsson, French aerospace company Thales, and wireless technology innovator Qualcomm Technologies, plan to launch 5G into space and provide full global coverage through a network of satellites orbiting the Earth.
According to Ericsson’s latest report, global mobile network data traffic has doubled in the past two years and it is expected that 60 percent of it will take place over 5G networks in just half a decade.
Telcos BT and Ericsson have formed a multi-million-pound partnership to provide private 5G to businesses across Britain, allowing them to deploy IoT and other technologies faster and more securely.
Ericsson and Deutsche Telekom are joining forces to advance the use of renewable energy for 5G radio site operations. The first one is located in Germany.
Starting from 2024, select models of Audi vehicles will be able to connect to Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network.
Ericsson, Telstra and Qualcomm Technologies have achieved the highest ever 5G speed – an up-link data speed of almost 1 Gbps. The live demo, conducted on a commercial network in Queensland, Australia, is proof of how far, i.e. fast, the 5G network can go.
A study on the impact of 5G technology on buildings, power, transport, and industry across Europe has shown that new technologies could reduce CO2 emissions by as much as 40 percent. Ericsson published the analysis in its Connectivity and Climate Change report.
A1 Telekom Austria Group has chosen Scandinavian network equipment suppliers Nokia and Ericsson as partners in the rollout of 5G networks in the markets of Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that the total number of 5G connections will reach 3.2 billion by 2026, recording a growth rate of 940%.
Last week, Croatia started a real digital transformation. Namely, the completion of the public auction for the 5G spectrum created the last precondition for the implementation of the next-generation network technology.