Introduces 5G commercial software for radio and core networks to enable operators to launch 5G from Q4 2018. Evolves its Distributed Cloud offering to optimize applications across multiple sites, improving latency, security, and resilience of 5G-enabled use cases. Expands radio portfolio, supporting smooth evolution from 4G to 5G.
PWC and Lider business weekly gathered the leaders from technology, media and telecom sectors at a conference in Westin hotel in Zagreb. They presented the trends as well as the results of global research related to technological transformation, which was conducted among executive directors and presidents of the companies.
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Consumers outline six calls to action for telecom operators regarding mobile broadband offerings now and in a 5G future. Consumers predict majority of 5G-enriched services will go mainstream within three to four years of 5G launch. 44 percent of smartphone users worldwide are willing to pay for 5G-enabled services, but consumers envision an end to paying for each gigabyte consumed in a 5G future.
The City of Dallas has selected Ericsson to install and host an Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) based on Ericsson’s Connected Urban Transport solution. The adoption of Ericsson’s Connected Urban Transport solution will help ease traffic congestion and give the ability to share data across cities and counties. Furthermore, it will improve the connection of systems to increase efficiency and reduce costs
Before Christmas, the company donated money to purchase food for the users of Saint Joseph soup kitchen in Zagreb, Centers for the Homeless of the Most association in Split, and Duga charity association in Vukovar. The employees too joined the action and made their donations during a two-day activity, collecting food and holiday gifts for the people using the help of the above-mentioned charity organizations.
Consumers expect technology interactions to be controlled by intonation, facial expression and body language. Earphones will become a 24/7 accessory, even when sleeping. 51 percent of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality users believe artificial intelligence (AI) will render ads indistinguishable from the actual products.