Ericsson and AT&T today announced a five-year agreement to accelerate the expansion of AT&T 5G, in a deal that helps support deployment of AT&T’s recently acquired C-band spectrum and the launch of 5G Standalone.
Ericsson and Singtel are to accelerate 5G adoption across multiple industries and leverage industry partnerships to develop and deploy advanced 5G solutions in Singapore.
Ericsson and PowerLight Technologies have successfully completed a proof-of-concept demo in Seattle using optical beaming – a laser-based technology that converts electricity into high-intensity light which is then captured and transformed to electricity at the radio base station.
As part of a collaboration to improve network energy performance, Ericsson and Vodafone have completed the first deployment of a new energy-efficient 5G radio in London.
Australian telco Optus, MediaTek and Ericsson have completed an Australia-first demonstration with the use of new radio dual connectivity (NR-DC) technology.
Ericsson has scored an exclusive 5G Core and Radio Access Network (RAN) deal with Faroese Telecom, the Faroe Islands’ leading and incumbent communications service provider.
Telia and Ericsson have successfully tested, RRC Inactive, enabling three times faster access to network resources and reduced battery consumption for smartphones.
Ericsson and Verizon have announced a landmark $8.3 billion, multi-year agreement, where Ericsson will deliver 5G solutions, including Massive MIMO, Ericsson Cloud RAN and software to strengthen and expand Verizon 5G network in the US.
Ericsson has launched Ericsson Private 5G, offering secure and simple 4G LTE and 5G Standalone (SA) connectivity primarily targeting – but not limited to – manufacturing, mining and process industry, offshore and power utilities, as well as ports and airports.
Ericsson has launched Startup 5G, a program designed to help communications service providers (CSPs) to capture the consumer potential of 5G. Three Ireland is the first CSP to join the global initiative.
Ericsson and Samsung have reached a multi-year agreement on global patent licenses between the two companies, including patents relating to all cellular technologies. The cross-license agreement covers sales of network infrastructure and handsets from January 1, 2021.
Vodafone and Ericsson are to trial the use of drones and Lidar-based 3D technology to speed up network planning and site upgrades. Drones will collect high-definition imagery and use Lidar technology to help build 3D digital twin model of sites.