FILE PHOTO: ONE 5G antenna in the Swedish network provider Ericsson, has been on the podium at this year’s annual shareholders ‘ meeting held in Bonn, Germany on the 28th of March 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang rattay
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Ericsson (ERICb.PCS) and Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE team in order to support the growing demand for mobile technology, at the production sites in Germany, such as communications service providers are looking for local applications, for the 5G, with the national implementation is still a long way off.
The next generation of 5G technology, which is able to provide data rates of up to 20 times faster than 4G, it will form the basis for the major progress in the next era of self-driving cars and augmented-reality applications for smart cities and artificial intelligence.
The two companies, in separate statements on Tuesday that they are aiming to work in sites such as factories, airports, and ports.
Ericsson, which competes with finland’s Nokia (NOKIA mobile phones.HE and China’s Huawei HWT.UL will build the mobile data infrastructure and globally, he said that the so-called Campus, the networks would be to combine the public and private mobile connectivity.
The stakes are high in an industry that is projected to spend $275 billion on 5G technology over the next seven years in the United States alone, according to Company estimates.
Gartner said in a report released earlier this year, the majority of 5G deployments will be initially focused on the islands of the deployment, and the addition of more than 45% of communication service providers worldwide, will be launched by a commercial 5G networks will be in the year 2025.
And Deutsche Telekom announced a limited roll-out of 5G services to the market over the past month, the focus is on the “early adopters” in the city of the high-speed mobile technology.
Reporting by Helena Soderpalm; additional reporting by Michael Kahn; Editing by Kirsten Donovan