Ericsson 5G: Unleash the power of tech in things

| July 10, 2019

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IoT in sports to industrial IoT: our connectivity and device management solutions make it easy to unleash the power of things. So, with 5G now going live, get ready to transform the world. Ericsson’s Antony Beswick explains how our IoT solutions allow enterprises to connect and manage their multitude of devices from one single platform. Because knowledge – such as real-time data – is power.

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