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Ericsson Garage France opens to drive innovation in 5G

The newly opened Ericsson Garage France has a focus on collaborating with students, startups and employees on a pre-5G platform to develop connected objects with low-latency

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5G Innovation Centre officially opens at the University of Surrey

The University of Surrey opens its state-of-the-art 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC), securing the UK’s role in leading the development of the next generation communications technology, 5G

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European Patent Office recognizes Ericsson as leader in 4G innovation

Eight Ericsson researchers nominated for European Inventor Award for pioneering innovations and leadership in 4G LTE technology. Nomination acknowledges significance of LTE's impact on society and the economy, and Ericsson's leading role in innovation and development of the 4G standard
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Nokia demonstrates world's first 5G-ready network

Nokia Bell Labs demonstrates how this 5G network can simultaneously enable a broad range of new use cases more
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Qualcomm and Ericsson collaborate on 5G to enable timely commercial roll out

Companies extend their 4G collaboration to 5G technology development and early interoperability testing; aim to support trials and commercial network launches tracking 5G standardization

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Nokia Networks explores potential of 5G below 6 GHz frequencies with NTT DOCOMO

Trials with technologies such as Dual Connectivity between LTE and 5G, and Licensed Assisted Access more
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New GSMA report sees North America leading Global adoption of new mobile technologies

Operator investment in 4G networks driving huge data growth across region with high smartphone usage; mobile industry contributing significantly to regional economy

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The cost of LTE demands innovation

Statistics show LTE migration could cost mobile operators up to US$1.78 billion in CAPEX expenditure alone in the first year more
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