With Ericsson's 5G Smart Factory in Lewisville Texas having produced its first 5G base stations earlier this month, it has been bee recognised by the World Economic Forum as a "Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) pioneer".
A federal judge in the US has prevented a ban on the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, put in place in January, from being enforced, calling the decision "deeply flawed".
ANALYSIS That 5G revenue figures are more of a political statistic these days than an economic one can be gauged from the Wall Street Journal highlighting the fact that Ericsson and Nokia were ahead of Huawei in cellular equipment sales in 2020 outside China, while downplaying the fact that the Chinese firm kept, and increased its lead, globally when all markets, including China, were taken into account.
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