• Ericsson Intelligent Automation Platform is an open service management and orchestration product that will help communications service providers optimize network performance, enable operational efficiency and deliver enhanced customer experience • Delivers service management and orchestration functionalities in line with Open RAN principles, taking automation forward with support for diverse vendors and multiple radio access network technologies • Enables ecosystem innovation through an open software development toolkit empowering CSPs and third parties to develop applications (rApps) with new services
Vilim Primorac, president of the Management Board of HT Mostar, and Gordana Kovačević, president of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, signed contracts in Mostar worth more than MHRK 31, for the upgrade and expansion of LTE RAN network, expansion of transmission network, as well as software upgrade and the system expansion for HT Mostar’s wireline switching.
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The pivotal role that the digital infrastructure plays in delivering critical societal, economic and governmental functions has become clearer than ever before as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. There is now a high level of awareness in both business and society that availability, reliability, affordability and sustainability are all essential aspects of the digital infrastructure that must be ensured in both the short and long term. At the same time, the cyberphysical convergence is picking up speed, highlighting the need for advanced network technologies to support use cases that blur the boundaries between physical and digital realities.
Ericsson has strengthened its Network Services portfolio with the Intelligent Deployment solution – an agile, digital and modular suite of tools and services that enables communications service providers to roll out, expand, and upgrade networks based on their specific needs and those of their customers.
Ericsson Connected Cars report highlights significant monetization opportunities for car manufacturers
While drivers and passengers still need vehicles to get to their destination, other parts of driving experiences across the world are changing fast. The ‘driving’ factor in this change is reliable and robust connectivity. Automakers are embracing connectivity and adapting business strategies to remain competitive as consumers demand better connected-vehicle experiences. A new Ericsson report provides insights into this rapidly changing market, highlighting opportunities to capitalize on IoT and connectivity innovation.