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Cisco | November 10, 2015
Cisco Systems and Swedish telecom giant Ericsson announced a sweeping global partnership Monday that’s a few steps short of a merger, but which should shake up the networking industry with a powerful new combination. The two companies said they were joining forces to create networks of the future. The pooling of the two companies’ research and development teams could accelerate the introduction of faster mobile devices through 5G, the next phase of mobile telecommunications. The high...
Ericsson | November 09, 2015
Ericsson is partnering with Cisco Systems to develop telecommunications networks, the latest combination in the industry as equipment makers seek to expand their offerings to handle soaring Internet traffic. Ericsson in Stockholm, the biggest maker of wireless networks, and Cisco in San Jose, the largest maker of Internet-network gear such as routers and switches, said Monday they will cooperate in development and delivery of systems to telecommunications carriers and other customers. The compan...
| November 28, 2015
Ericsson will also work with Sequans to test out its Power Saving Mode (PSM) technology over GSM and LTE networks, which could help to extend some devices' battery life by up to 10 years. The Telco also revealed some basic details about related cellular IoT trials with Ericsson. According to the press release, a key enabler in Orange's strategy to become a major player in the IoT game is the standardization process at 3GPP of cellular networks and device capability enhancements. The tria...
| December 01, 2015
Premium wireless equipment company Ericsson (ERIC - Analyst Report) recently partnered with Orange to offer economical, optimized and less complex devices as well as improved network capabilities for Cellular IoT as compared with LTE and GSM. The advanced cellular network for IoT is expected to be operational from 2017 onward
Per the Ericsson Mobility Report, IoT is a rapidly growing segment in the contemporary market that would include almost 28 billion connected devices by 2021. Cellula...
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