internet of things (IoT)

Ericsson introduces dynamic orchestration

  • Supports end-to-end orchestration of services for hybrid networks in a multivendor environment while responding to surrounding dynamics in real time
  • Zero-touch automation improves customer service provisioning from weeks to minutes
  • Supports digital transformation initiatives and the migration to 5G and IoT by helping operators virtualize their networks at scale

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Ericsson at CES 2017: demonstrating how 5g will change the way we live and work

  • Ericsson demonstrates how 5G will support massively personal entertainment experiences, industrial efficiencies and future smart cities
  • Attendees to experience how the 5G ecosystem will enable innovation for new use cases, and business models over 5G from Ericsson’s booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center during CES
  • Impact of 5G in key industries the topic of a SuperSession with Ericsson Chief Strategy and Technology Officer Ulf Ewaldsson, along with partners from SK Telecom

Ericsson launches new solution for operators to cut network build time in half

  • Ericsson launches Accelerated Network Build – a streamlined network build process – delivering the increased speed, quality and predictability operators need to build future networks
  • Accelerated Network Build is based on technical innovations, including a cloud-based toolkit with automatization and streamlined processes, allowing operators faster time to market and quicker return on investment
  • Provides minimal impact to operators’ customers while improving coverage, capacity

Imdaad to showcase role of Internet of Things in facilities management at The Big 5 2016 in Dubai

  • Next-generation Imtedaad system to be highlighted during event
  • Technology supports UAE & other Gulf states’ smart transformation initiatives

By 2020, the international smart building market will be valued at an impressive USD 36,398.7 million, a growth from USD 7,260 million in 2015, according to a recent report.


  • Ericsson conducted a live demonstration of its IoT solution for low power sensors
  • Ericsson’s smart utility solutions showcase the future of energy saving with Smart Meter to Cash, Analytics for Utilities, and Cloud and Datacenter HDS 8000
  • Ericsson’s Global Head of Utilities, Marco Li Vigni, discussed the vital components of digital transformation and the Internet of Things (IoT) for sustainability in the utilities industry

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