5G-enabled industrialisation: next-gen manufacturing
5G technologies provide the network characteristics essential for manufacturing including low latency, high reliability, high bandwidth and connection density says Ekow Nelson: Vice president of Ericsson Middle East and Africa.Ekow Nelson
Telma, Ericsson launch commercial 5G services in Madagascar
Country’s first commercial 5G network launched on 3.6-3.7 GHz band.
Technology is Africa’s biggest undiscovered gold mine
Enterprise digitalisation with globally scalable 5G has the potential to deliver much-needed value opportunities says Donald Waigumbulizi, Ericsson Uganda Country Manager.
Has lockdown helped South Africa cement its spectrum strategy?
Temporary spectrum allocation should make transition to more permanent scenario easier, according to Ericsson executive.
Is ICT technology keeping its promise as pandemic hits the world?
Today we are living a new reality the quality of mobile networks is proven to be of greater importance says Roula Tayan, Head of IT at Ericsson Middle East.
The road ahead: Leveraging network performance to address growth opportunities
Improved network performance paves the way for sophisticated policy control, traffic categorisation and quality-of-service delivery to flexibly respond to opportunities says Nicolas Blixell, Vice President, Ericsson Middle East and Africa.
Telecom Malagasy signs US$100-million network upgrade deal
Operator announces four-year agreement with Ericsson.