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Ericsson Outlines IoT, 5G Tech Advancements

Ericsson Outlines IoT, 5G Tech Advancements

“These technological advancements further serve to illustrate Ericsson’s aggressive positioning in the emerging 5G industry…” Ericsson is showing that it already has one foot in the IoT future with the announcement of new technological advancements for the expanding world of connected Things. One such enhancement, aptly dubbed “NB-IoT Extended Cell Range 100km”, is an extension…

40 CEOs Sign GSMA’s New Digital Declaration

40 CEOs Sign GSMA’s New Digital Declaration

The GSMA unveiled a Digital Declaration at last week’s World Economic Forum in Davos, announcing that 40 CEOs have already signed the new initiative. The Declaration was designed as a set of principles to encourage ethical behavior in a rapidly shifting digital landscape.    “A new form of responsible leadership is needed to successfully navigate…

Successful 5G Connection Points to H1 2019 Deployment

Successful 5G Connection Points to H1 2019 Deployment

“This is the first 5G NR OTA connection worldwide between devices and a live operator network using 3.5 GHz spectrum, marking an important milestone for the mobile industry in Europe to help enable OEMs and operators to deliver 5G networks and devices in the first half of 2019.” – Cristiano Amon, President, Qualcomm Another technical milestone…

NTT Docomo Lays More Track in Race to 5G

NTT Docomo Lays More Track in Race to 5G

NTT Docomo has paved more runway in the race toward 5G connectivity with a recent test of high-speed communications. Working with glass specialist AGC, the Japanese telecom developed a glass-mounted antenna system that could be equipped onto a vehicle. It worked with Ericsson to test this technology in a real-world trial, in which data was…

Ericsson Looks to AI to Streamline LTE, 5G Networking

Ericsson Looks to AI to Streamline LTE, 5G Networking

Ericsson is betting on artificial intelligence to help streamline its LTE network operations in Japan, announcing a new collaborative research partnership with Tokyo City University. The organizations say they will seek to develop AI algorithms that can be used to make network operations more efficient. In a statement announcing their partnership, they say their aim…