Nokia to hold Capital Markets Day for investors, analysts and media on 18 March 2021

Press Release Nokia to hold Capital Markets Day for investors, analysts and media on 18 March 2021 11 March 2021 Espoo, Finland – Nokia will hold its Capital Markets Day for investors, analysts and media on 18 March 2021. In this virtual event Nokia will present its new strategy, discuss action plans and share longer-term financial targets. Program and webcast registration Nokia’s webcast for investors and analysts will…

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First private cellular campus network in Greece for smart manufacturing

Greece’s first private cellular campus network for smart manufacturing has been deployed at Calpak’s fully automated, solar water heater production facility in the municipality of Loutraki. The new private cellular campus network, which was designed and deployed by COSMOTE, in partnership with Ericsson, is accelerating Industry 4.0 uses in Greece like smart manufacturing. The innovative connectivity solution provides excellent security and flexibility, resolving key challenges of smart manufacturing.…

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Ericsson and T-Systems partner to offer campus network solutions worldwide

Ericsson and T-Systems, a subsidiary of the Deutsche Telekom Group, are offering fully integrated campus network solutions to partners worldwide. Based on Ericsson's Campus Network infrastructure and T-Systems' Edge Computing capabilities, the partnership delivers an integrated end-to-end solution to directly meet the site connectivity needs of enterprise customers through high-quality, seamless service. According to management consultancy Arthur D Little forecasts, the market for private campus networks, services, and solutions…

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Saudi Telecom Company (stc) opts for Ericsson Operations Engine Managed Services

Ericsson will deploy its latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered software suite and machine learning tools and capabilities to provide an automated end-to-end managed operations service. The Ericsson Operation Engine will support activities in Network Operation, IT Operations and Field Support and Maintenance for stc's networks, covering technology domains from the core to access, including 5G. The suite will further empower stc to maintain its network quality at the…

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Ford engine production to benefit from Ericsson connectivity in pilot EU initiative

Autonomous automated guided vehicles (AGV) fleet management, smart AGV operations based on human gesture recognition and virtual reality (VR) applications are the main next-generation capabilities to be tested at the facility. Edge computing, advanced robotics and artificial intelligence are among the technologies that Ericsson connectivity will enable for the pilot. The aim is to optimize logistics processes and distribution chains within the factory warehouses to improve efficiency, including…

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Ericsson and MTS to deploy LTE/5G-ready network for steel and mining company EVRAZ

As part of the contract supporting EVRAZ’s digital transformation program at the Sheregeshskaya mine in south-central Russia, Ericsson and Mobile TeleSystems PJSC (MTS) will deploy a commercial LTE/5G-ready private network built on the Ericsson Dedicated Networks solution. The Sheregeshskaya mine is a pilot area for the digital transformation begun by EVRAZ in 2020, where modern digital technologies are being introduced to increase industrial safety, boost equipment efficiency, and…

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Umniah Jordan chooses Ericsson for network transformation

Umniah Jordan has announced its partnership with Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) with a new contract covering the transformation of its radio access network (RAN) infrastructure in Jordan. This extended partnership will optimize the subscriber experience for both consumers and enterprises. The agreement covers hardware, software and range of services such as network management, system integration and support. It also covers the transformation of existing 4G infrastructure in order to…

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Far EasTone and Ericsson dedicated network to accelerate MediaTek’s 5G Chipset production

Ericsson and FET provide MediaTek with a private network solution that uses FET's commercial 3.5GHz and 28GHz spectrum. MediaTek's three manufacturing partner sites and its headquarter campus in HsinChu Science Park will all benefit. Dedicated Networks is Ericsson's private network solution. The private network enables MediaTek to fully utilize FET's band mix in low-, mid- and high-bands, allowing MediaTek to explore and test products for different scenarios in…

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Telefônica Brazil Vivo selects Ericsson Charging

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and Telefônica Brazil, trading as Vivo, have signed a six-year agreement which will make Ericsson Charging the strategic monetization platform for Vivo’s prepaid, postpaid, and hybrid-consumer and enterprise-convergent charging requirements. Vivo is the largest Latin American subsidiary of the international Telefónica Group. The standards-based, cloud-native Ericsson Charging solution will serve the nearly 100 million Vivo Customers based on an OpenStack-based deployment within Vivo’s private cloud…

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Ericsson report predicts dematerialization is the path to profitability and sustainability

As the first report in its Future of Enterprises series, Ericsson IndustryLab asked white-collar workers and ICT decision makers online about the future of their enterprises. The report is based on 5,000 responses from 11 markets, representing about 175 million employees globally. The report concludes that dematerialization will be key to greater profitability and sustainability in the future. In practice, this can mean moving data and applications to…

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Ericsson 5G Core and transport technologies fully compliant with 3GPP/GSMA NESAS security standards

The heightened value, scale and complex security challenges of emerging 5G enterprise use cases across industries such as manufacturing, ICT, public services, logistics and transport continue to underline the criticality of industry-wide security assurance within the product development lifecycle of mobile technologies. The Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS), jointly defined by global standards organizations 3GPP and GSMA, was introduced in recent years to provide a common security assurance…

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Ericsson launches 5G RAN Slicing to spur 5G business growth

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has launched a 5G network slicing solution for radio access networks (RAN) that will enable communications service providers to deliver customized 5G services with guaranteed performance. Now commercially available, Ericsson 5G RAN Slicing allocates radio resources at 1 millisecond scheduling and supports multi-dimensional service differentiation handling across slices. This strengthens end-to-end slicing capabilities for dynamic resource management and orchestration that ensure the high-quality end-user experience…

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