What is the Ericsson Mobility Report?

The Ericsson Mobility Report tells us a lot about the mobile industry – from key trends to disruptive events that have impacted the industry. On its tenth anniversary, we take you behind the scenes and reveal how the report developed to become the must-have publication for service providers and analysts worldwide.

What are the expectations from 5G?

Because 5G can send and receive signals almost instantaneously, it is expected that 5G will offer mobile internet speeds of more than 10 gigabits per second (Gbps), approximately a hundred times faster than 4G. The latency will be less than a millisecond with 5G.

How is Ericsson doing in hospital?

Christian Eriksen has been discharged from hospital after undergoing a “successful operation,” the Danish Football Association confirmed on Friday. Eriksen collapsed during Denmark’s game against Finland on Saturday before being resuscitated with CPR and a defibrillator.

How many live networks Ericsson has worldwide?

Ericsson provides 5G infrastructure products and services for nationwide providers AT, T-Mobile and Verizon, and regional providers GCI and UScellular. Today our equipment is in live 5G commercial networks in all 50 states. We power over 120 commercial 5G live networks in more than 50 countries worldwide.

Which country has 5G network?

China and the United States are significantly ahead of other nations in their 5G rollout, with a combined 652 cities in which 5G is available….Number of cities in which 5G is available 2022 by country.

Characteristic Number of cities in which 5G is available
China 356
United States 296
Philippines 98
South Korea 85

Is India ready for 5G technology?

Some major Indian cities are expected to get 5G network by the end of 2022, something which the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) confirmed in 2021. In India, only 13 metro cities will first get to experience 5G services this year.

What happened to Erikson collapsed?

Danish football star Christian Eriksen has finally revealed the details of his collapse, which he suffered during the Euro 2020 game against Finland. Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest mid-game and collapsed on the pitch while playing the group-stage match at last year’s UEFA Euro Cup.

Who is leading 5G patent race?

As of January 1st, 2020 Huawei (CN) has declared most 5G patents followed by Samsung (KR), ZTE (CN), LG (KR), Nokia (FI), Ericsson (SE) and Qualcomm (US). All of those top 5G patent owners have already been active in the 4G standard development.

Who is building the 5G network?

Foxconn and Siemens are both in the process of developing proprietary 5G network solutions. Foxconn, the giant contract manufacturer best-known in the U.S. as a maker of iPhones, first announced its own LTE core more than a year ago.

Why is Denmark vs Finland suspended?

“The match has been suspended due to a medical emergency which involved Denmark’s, Christian Eriksen. The player is now in hospital and a stable condition. UEFA wishes Christian Eriksen a full and speedy recovery and wishes to thank both teams for their exemplary attitude.

Why do Christians collapse?

Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest mid-game and collapsed on the pitch while playing the group-stage match at last year’s UEFA Euro Cup. Eriksen was provided with immediate medical support and was taken off the ground on a stretcher.

What is Ericsson startup 5G?

To stimulate business innovation and unleash the full potential of 5G, we are launching Ericsson Startup 5G. This initiative gathers a set of innovative startups, with hands-on ideas around digitalization, mobility and an all connected life. Learn about the program and how we jointly can create new value for consumers and society in the 5G era.

How can service providers generate revenue from 5G use cases?

Service providers can directly generate USD 131 billion by 2030 from digital service revenues by proactively developing and marketing 5G use cases. Key opportunities lie with enhanced video, advertising, in-car connectivity and extended reality. 05.

The Ericsson Mobility Report journey started in 2011, when Ericsson decided to share data and insights openly to all those interested in understanding our industry’s development. Since then, the report and featured articles have seen a continuous evolution and an expanding scope. Discover more about our journey below.

What does the ConsumerLab report say about 5G?

The ConsumerLab report Five ways to a better 5G is the biggest ever 5G consumer study to date representing opinions of 1.3bn consumers and 220 million 5G users uncovers key trends influencing consumer adoption and perception of 5G—and suggests five ways in which you can meet consumer expectations now, and in the future.