Thursday, 24 September 2020

Ericsson to deliver core solutions for SoftBank’s standalone 5G networks

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 20 July 20

Ericsson’s dual-mode 5G core will reportedly enable the development of new 5G use cases for mobile users as well as enterprise and industry partnership

Some months ago, Ericsson was selected as SoftBank’s primary 5G RAN vendor and today it has been announced that their partnership will extend to include building out the core of the Japanese giant’s standalone 5G network.   The deal will see Ericsson provide SoftBank with its Cloud Packet Core, its Cloud Unified Data Management and Policy…

Some months ago, Ericsson was selected as SoftBank’s primary 5G RAN vendor and today it has been announced that their partnership will extend to include building out the core of the Japanese giant’s standalone 5G network.   The deal will see Ericsson provide SoftBank with its Cloud Packet Core, its Cloud Unified Data Management and Policy…

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