In the global telecommunications equipment market, Huawei ranks first with a 28% market share. In addition, the Chinese manufacturer has a 20% stake in 5G patents. At the moment, the United States is doing its best to put sticks into the wheels of Huawei, which is accused of collecting information for the Chinese government.Continue reading “US wants to buy Ericsson to fight with Huawei”
The United States is in talks with the Brazilian government and local telecommunications companies to finance the purchase of next-generation cellular equipment from Ericsson and Nokia. This was announced by the US Ambassador to Brazil Todd Chapman Brazilian newspaper Folha de S. Paulo.Continue reading “USA will give Brazil money to buy 5G equipment from Ericsson and Nokia”
The Swedish company Ericsson announced that it has concluded contracts for the supply of equipment for 5G networks with all three major Chinese operators. However, China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom will not only purchase equipment from Ericsson. Moreover, the bulk of orders went to Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE. Although the exact amounts are not called, we are talking about billions of dollars.Continue reading “Ericsson will supply 5G equipment to all major Chinese mobile network operators”
Telefonica Deutschland, one of three German mobile operators, will build a 5G network in Germany using Ericsson equipment. According to the operator, known on the market as O2, the choice in favor of the Swedish supplier will ensure the security of the next generation network.Continue reading “It became known whose equipment Telefonica Deutschland will use in the 5G network”
The largest Japanese mobile operator refused to participate in the event.
The largest Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo followed the example of Sony and other companies, and refused to participate in the Mobile World Congress (MWC) international exhibition and conference, which will be held at the end of the month in Barcelona. The reason was the risks associated with an outbreak of coronavirus. To date, six companies have announced their refusal to participate in MWC, including Amazon, LG Electronics, Ericsson and Nvidia.
This statement was somewhat unexpected.
Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm has publicly stated that no other company in the world is ahead of Ericsson when it comes to the 5G industry.