5G-enabled industries have the potential to deliver US$8 trillion in value to the global economy by 2030, according to new research from Nokia and Nokia Bell Labs.
Despite COVID-19 resulting in revenue pressures from slowing sales and consumer demand for new products, many major telecoms carriers say they still have the cash flow to move ahead with 5G deployments, according to one global data and analytics firm.
Ericsson has been selected by communications service provider KDDI as the primary 5G vendor for next-generation network deployment in Japan.
Ericsson is planning to build its first fully-automated smart factory in the US to produce advanced antenna system radios for rapid 5G deployments.
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