Ericsson gives a clearer picture of how mobile is predicted to pan out in Sub-Saharan Africa by 2026, with the uptake in 5G subscriptions low.
An EIU report sponsored by Ericsson finds that nations with low broadband have potential to increase in GDP by 20% by connecting schools.
The latest Ericsson Mobility Report predicts 5G subscriptions to reach 580 million by year’s end, with the African continent lagging behind.
With entries closing on 5th August, the Ericsson Innovation Awards 2021 will look for students who are trying to bride the digital divide.
Expectations about 5G were sky high and some early adopters were left wondering if high speed was all 5G had to offer.
Ericsson and Samsung have reached a patent agreement after Ericsson claimed that Samsung infringed on its patents earlier this year.
Despite organisers shifting the date, halving the number of attendees and listing new regulations, companies are still pulling out of MWC 21.
Kevin Murphy, VP and head of Ericsson Levant Countries and Global Customer Unit Ooredoo, views 5G as the enabler of enriched sports experiences.
Of that figure, communications service providers stand to make $3.7 trillion, though it requires work.
Ericsson’s first cohort of graduates will attend the program virtually.
Ericsson aims to map out connectivity in 35 countries by 2023.
Ericsson Spectrum Sharing could be the answer to spectrum shortages mobile network operators need.
The list of companies opting to forego the week-long event is growing.
Given the US’ distrust of Huawei, the move could help secure the country’s 5G plans.
After announcing several partnerships in 2019, Ericsson wants to become a leading provider this year.
The project would look to make fleet management, over-the-air software updates and connected safety services far easier to achieve.
A survey of consumers has yielded some interesting predictions for the decade ahead.
In addition to 5G, Ericsson said it would also help modernise MTN South Africa’s LTE and legacy radio access networks.