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.
Ericsson and our customers have demonstrated near-gigabit speeds on commercial networks in Europe and the United States in recent weeks. These achievements mean commercial gigabit speeds have the potential to become reality for many mobile broadband users in the near future, with Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) a key enabling technology.
As the first commercial Internet of Things (IoT) networks are being introduced, Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) complements its cellular IoT software and IoT Accelerator offerings with a complete set of network services. These services enable service providers to efficiently address the deployment and operation of the massive number of IoT devices being introduced to LTE networks.
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has published its latest ConsumerLab report - Merged Reality - revealing insights into how consumers expect virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) to merge with physical reality, and that 5G will be a key technology for such experiences to become mainstream. The report reveals that when boundaries between people's perception of physical and virtual reality start to blur, this could result in a drastic impact on lives and society. The way we live, work, and consume information and media will fundamentally change.
Latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report foresees 2.6 billion new mobile broadband subscribers will be added through 2022 - averaging to more than one million each day. Dominant access technology will be LTE (also known as 4G) in 2018, making it the fastest-growing mobile technology in history. Total traffic in mobile networks grew 70 percent between end of Q1, 2016 and end of Q1, 2017.
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Ericsson connected the dots between the latest technology innovations and their dependence on infrastructure at the world's largest consumer electronics fair, CES 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada, from January 5-8, 2017. Building on its theme of "Making 5G a Reality," Ericsson has shown attendees how networks, media and IT work in concert to improve our daily lives and work.
On the basis of the contract the public had already been informed about, Crnogorski Telekom in collaboration with Ericsson Nikola Tesla has rolled out new 3CA (LTE Advanced) 4G technology, which enables full deployment of the newly formed Montegerin spectrum taken over by this Montenegrin operator in July 2016.
Two months ago, we informed the public on the contract concluded between Ericsson Nikola Tesla and Belorussian company beCloud, worth more than MHRK 76, with the aim of enabling LTE services to Belarussian users. At the press conference held in Minsk on December 14, representatives of beCloud and all other included partners concluded with satisfaction that LTE is already available in Minsk. By the end of 2016, it will be launched in commercial operation in all regional centers of Belarus, said the operator's heads.