Page 2 of 7 FirstFirst 1234 ... LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 63

Thread: 5G, Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden

  1. #11


    On the BeLux road to 5G Ericsson event source

    Published on May 24, 2016

  2. #12


    Understanding Ericsson 5G Plug-Ins

    Published on Jun 16, 2016

    5G will usher in a shift from the network-focused concept of cells to the user-focused concept of beams. Instead of sending out energy in all directions, beams concentrate the energy to send the signal more directly to the user. By doing this, 5G will deliver higher smartphones speeds and fiber-equivalent residential wireless connections, but it will also unlock exciting new IoT use case from immersive augmented reality to remote haptic-enabled surgery to connected cars and smarter cities. 5G will impact the entire mobile network and associated ecosystem, from devices to radio access to the mobile core and into the cloud. Ericsson 5G Plug-Ins address the radio access network and leverage the technology innovations enabled by the award-winning Ericsson 5G Radio Test Bed and Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes already deployed and in operator 5G field trials worldwide.
    "Ericsson 5G Plug?Ins"
    Enabling the evolution

  3. #13


    Ericsson 5G Plug-Ins bring 5G technology concepts to today’s mobile networks

    Published on Jun 16, 2016

    5G will give consumers higher smartphones speeds and fiber-like wireless connections to the home, and it will unlock exciting new IoT use case from immersive augmented reality to remote haptic-enabled surgery to connected cars and smarter cities. 5G will impact the entire mobile network and associated ecosystem, from devices to radio access to the mobile core and into the cloud. Ericsson 5G Plug-Ins are designed for the radio access network and leverage the technology innovations enabled by the award-winning Ericsson 5G Radio Test Bed and Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes already deployed and in operator 5G field trials worldwide.

  4. #14


    Vehicular mobility with Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes

    Published on Jun 29, 2016

    In February 2016, the Ericsson 5G Radio Prototypes delivered more than 25 Gbps throughput to fixed and mobile devices, using Multi-User MIMO and beam tracking,. On June 10, 2016, we filmed a live vehicular mobility demonstration showing more than 7 Gbps consistent throughput supported to a moving vehicle. 5G vehicular-speed mobility support is critical to a number of new 5G use cases including driverless buses, self-driving cars and remote healthcare applications.

  5. #15


    5G & the mining industry

    Published on Jun 29, 2016

    To be relevant for any industry, 5G must support any service or application required, in a flexible and efficient way. Different services or use-cases pose different requirements on 5G. For the mining business we can imagine two very different examples, spanning the space of 5G...

    - Remote control of vehicles and machines
    Remote control of equipment increases productivity, since you can enter the mine shorter time after a blast and shorten the process cycle time. Also, safety is improved, since you can avoid having personnel in the most dangerous areas.

    - Smart ventilation and millions of sensors
    Optimal ventilation control can give substantial savings – a lot of energy is spent on pushing fresh air down a mine. Sensors for controlling ventilation typically do not have high requirements on the connectivity, but they may be many (millions) and you need to analyze a lot of sensor data in almost real-time to make the ventilation-control efficient.

    Once you implement 5G and support these use cases the innovation starts.

  6. #16


    5G for platooning

    Published on Jul 4, 2016

    The transportation industry is striving to improve their efficiency and reduce carbon footprint. One way to achieve this is to have trucks driving at close distances, creating so called truck platoons, tightly coordinated through vehicle to vehicle communication. Ericsson collaborate with Scania to understand 5G requirements of platooning.

  7. #17


    5G for traffic management

    Published on Jul 6, 2016

    - Traffic management is the system that will make our transport system smart. We want to make an intelligent transport system to manage and proactively design traffic flows for a better transport services and traffic environment. To be able to create this connected, cooperative and automated traffic system we need 5G to handle this mission critical communications. So eventually it will be the bus catching you and not the other way around.

  8. #18


    Live Demo: 5G Robotic Surgery with the Sense of Touch

    Published on Jul 13, 2016

    IoT haptic healthcare applications, including remote robotic surgery, empower doctors with the sense of touch, complementing high definition video and audio connections to create an immersive environment. In this live demonstration, based on research collaboration between Ericsson and King’s College London, we experience the concept of a robotic finger able to detect hard tissue within a soft tissue sample. The demonstration leverages the 5G capabilities of very high throughput (current Ericsson 5G trials are hitting more than 25 Gbps), low latency and network slicing. 5G network slicing supports different flows of traffic – in this demo, for example, we have the close view camera, the wide angle view camera and tactile remote control -- and enables different quality of service parameters to be applied to each.
    Press-release "Ericsson and King's College London demonstrate 5G tactile robotic surgery"

    June 28, 2016

    Robotic surgery

  9. #19


    Ericsson and China Mobile conduct world’s first 5G drone prototype field trial

    Published on Aug 12, 2016

    Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and China Mobile have partnered to conduct the world’s first 5G-enabled drone prototype field trial on operator’s network. The trial represents a major milestone on the road to 5G.
    In the trial, held in Wuxi in China’s Jiangsu province, a drone was flown using operator’s cellular network with 5G-enabled technologies and with handovers across multiple sites. In order to demonstrate the concept’s validity in a real-world setting, the handovers were performed between sites that were simultaneously in use by commercial mobile phone users.

  10. #20


    Ericsson Radio System shifts to next gear: World's first 5G NR radio

    Published on Aug 31, 2016

    ericsson.com/networks/offerings/5g-radio

    Ericsson is introducing the world’s first 5G NR-capable radio, called Ericsson AIR 6468. It features 64 transmit and 64 receive antennas enabling it to support our 5G plug-ins for both Massive MIMO and Multi-User MIMO.

Page 2 of 7 FirstFirst 1234 ... LastLast

Similar Threads

  1. Ericsson, telecommunications, Stockholm, Sweden
    By Airicist in forum Companies
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 7th April 2016, 19:11
  2. Rotundus AB, service robots, Stockholm, Sweden
    By Airicist in forum Companies
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 16th November 2015, 13:22
  3. Wake-up Machine, Simone Giertz, Stockholm, Sweden
    By Airicist in forum Fun and humor
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 14th November 2015, 13:15
  4. Saab AB, aerospace and defence, Stockholm, Sweden
    By Airicist in forum Companies
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 7th July 2015, 23:14
  5. Replies: 0
    Last Post: 21st May 2014, 00:35

Социальные закладки

Социальные закладки

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •