Ericsson’s (NASDAQ: ERIC) 5G technology leadership was at the heart of Vodafone UK’s launch of 5G for consumer and business customers in London earlier this month. The spectacular cityscape views of London’s Sky Garden hosted a dedicated launch event powered by Ericsson 5G technology, including a virtual demonstration with highlights from the latest Ericsson ConsumerLab Report: 5G Consumer Potential.
Following the world premiere of Ericsson’s latest Research & Development achievements in the field of 5G at MWC2019 Barcelona, the time has come for a presentation in Croatia. Ericsson is a leader in 5G technology with 18 signed contracts with telecom operators around the world. We have recently reported on the launch of the first European commercial 5G network that has been achieved through collaboration of Ericsson and Swisscom. 5G is already in Europe and Ericsson Nikola Tesla whose experts participate in the development of this latest generation of mobile technology and its diverse applications, demonstrates in Croatia, using concrete examples, how latest technology transforms not only communication networks, but industries and the society as well.
Issuing of commercial license enables long-term strategic partners to go live with 5G. Swisscom consumers to enjoy commercial 5G services in 54 initial cities and communities across Switzerland, enabled by Ericsson’s advanced 5G network features. Ericsson Spectrum Sharing will allow Swisscom to reach its goal of nationwide 5G coverage by end of 2019.
The 22nd International Business Fair Mostar 2019 gathered exhibitors from around thirty countries from all over the world. During the five-day event (April 9 – 13), the greatest interest of the media and the public was given to the official opening of the Fair and the promotion of 4G networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina, after the operators were issued the long-awaited licenses to introduce 4G mobile communications, just a day before the Fair’s opening.