What's the Latest with Ericsson, Open RAN, AT&T and 5G Use Cases

What’s the Latest with Ericsson, Open RAN, AT&T and 5G Use Cases

Ericsson is in the spotlight as it seeks a new chief compliance officer and makes progress in providing mid-band time-division duplex (TDD) advanced antenna system radio with maximum reach of 100km. Open RAN has received vocal support from AT&T but is yet to witness meaningful deployments, while other European operators remain hesitant. 5G use cases are gaining ground, with examples such as Deutsche Telekom‘s autonomous delivery drones, KDDI and Telefónica’s digital twin store and Rogers’ regional applications development project with Microsoft Azure. Intercontinental 5G SA roaming between Europe and Southeast Asia has been achieved using GSMA’s SEPP protocol. Telenor Asia has completed the largest telco merger in Southeast Asia. It has become the first commercial deployer of 5G SA network in Middle East and North Africa followed by Millicom’s full exit from Africa to Latin America and Tigo Business’s organic growth with double-digit increase in digital service revenue. Ericsson continues to demonstrate its commitment to bringing reliable solutions to customers through its focus on diversity, ethics, safety, security and environmental protection. The company is also collaborating closely with global regulatory bodies such as GSMA on 5G standardization and implementation that are key for global service adoption.

The new TDD antenna system radio has extended coverage for 4G/5G mobile broadband network solutions up to 100km over licensed spectrum bands worldwide—allowing operators to expand their coverage areas without additional investment into base station infrastructure thus reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). This advancement will provide better access to mobile services across rural areas of Latin America, India Subcontinent Africa and Middle East that lack cellular coverage today. Overall, this technology advancement will help bring towers closer together and enable a wider range of applications like connected cars or smart factories that require low latency services using limited spectrum resources at lower costs than before. Ericsson’s chief compliance officer position being opened up offers an exciting opportunity for someone looking to move into a leadership role within telecoms industry regulation compliance landscape—given Ericsson’s global scope spanning all major markets around the world including Europe, APAC, Latin America and DACH amongst others. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading a team focused on regulatory principles; auditing existing policies; creating new processes; managing internal investigations; overseeing due diligence activities; liaising with external stakeholders; educating employees about regulations globally and representing the organization at conferences related to certain markets or industries .

In conclusion both advances from Ericsson represent improvements towards bettering communications networks across multiple continents resulting in improved access of mobile services while complying with ethical standards worldwide – proving Ericsson’s commitment towards reliability of service delivery through ethical engineering solutions that sustainably empower lives everywhere throughout their network solutions.


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