LYNK & CO, one of the most connected cars to have been launched yet, has partnered with Ericsson to develop more improvised connected car solutions. The Chinese auto brand has also used Ericsson’s Connected Vehicle Cloud service and Cloud and Internet of Things solutions to bring the world’s first built-inRead More
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Ericsson and China Telecom have decided to jointly build global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity and offer one-stop global IoT connectivity service to enterprise customers through Ericsson Device Connection Platform (DCP). According to the MoU, the partnership, initially covering a five-year period, will provide IoT connectivity services to China Telecom’sRead More
Ericsson recently succeeded in getting multi GBPS speed on its 5G radio connected vehicles and showcased it on a moving vehicle around the company’s headquarters in Sweden. It gained 7 GBPS speed peak rates between 5G RAN and a moving van, a feat that would boost the future of intelligentRead More
Future technologies leader Ericsson, in collaboration with the Brazilian government, would deploy various technologies to develop networked society in the South American country. The Ministry of Communications of Brazil and Ericsson have partnered to deploy proof-points of the Networked Society in Brazil. The partnership will create a Networked Society LabRead More
By making the obvious a bit more obvious, Ericsson president & CEO Hans Vestberg said the next technologies that are going to disrupt every industry are 5G, cloud and IoT, and digital disruption is the next big thing for them. Vestberg was delivering his address at the opening session ofRead More
Ericsson today announced its wish to partner with Amazon web services or AWS to accelerate cloud transformation for telecom service providers. This will be a global alliance in terms of business, technology and services point of view, the company said. With Amazon Web Services Cloud, Ericsson will develop solutions thatRead More
Industry leaders like Ericsson, Orange and Intel are doing trials using a new technology – EC-GSM-IoT- that offers better indoor coverage. The trial demonstrated improved indoor coverage and shows that investments can be optimized through new software deployment on top of existing cellular networks. This EC-GSM-IoT trial was conducted inRead More