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First 5G Life campus to open in Belgium

New 5G Life Campus to welcome Belgian industry players to develop 5G applications that benefit industry and society, help boost the country’s economy and job market more
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Ericsson chosen by European Commission for key utilities projects

Ericsson awarded two European Commission funded projects as part of the Horizon 2020 Programme. SUCCESS and RE-SERVE research and innovative collaboration projects focused on developing new 5G solutions to meet the challenges faced by utilities companies

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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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Nokia Bell Labs first to show use of ultra-low latency 10G PON for mobile fronthaul

Breakthrough means operators can prepare for the ever-increasing amounts of data traffic needed for 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) in a cost-effective way more
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Nokia and Telefónica to define 5G network evolution with agreement to evaluate 4.5G Pro and 4.9G technologies

Evaluation of technologies to provide the most effective path to 5G and enable Telefónica to create and deliver new services more
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Qualcomm, Ericsson and SK Telecom announce collaboration on 5G NR trials to accelerate wide-scale 5G deployments

Trials will be compliant with the 5G NR 3GPP specification, the global 5G standard; driving ecosystem towards rapid commercialization at scale 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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