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Ericsson, Proptivity partner on indoor 5G solution in Europe

Ericsson and Proptivity, which is a subsidiary of real estate management company Stronghold Group, announced a new neutral host indoor 5G solution that is designed to help communications service providers (CSPs) and real estate owners cut costs while delivering improved connectivity. The solution combines Proptivity’s branded Gigabit 5G network, with Ericsson’s Radio Dot System, a modular indoor radio system that the vendor says...

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Integration, simplification, multiplication – three signs private 5G has come of age

This is a rehash (and extension, in the end) of a previous post, to an extent; but it distils the message from before, and says there are sure signs, at last, that the private cellular market, covering localised installations of enterprise-geared 5G, nominally, has moved out of the industrial sandbox. It says that, even if private-industrial 5G remains a complex sale, the supply-side has started to understand the game and the...

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Nokia and Edzcom/Cellnex renew private 5G vows, hit the Industry 4.0 trail in Europe

It is a partnership of industrial-minded telco country-mates that effectively helped to build the early private LTE and 5G market, with joint references in a number of key installations in Europe over the last five years, notably in the ports and mining sectors; now Finnish duo Nokia and Edzcom – once called Ukkoverkot, now part of Spanish tower firm Cellnex Telecom – claim to have formally cemented their working relationship,...