Ericsson Radio System products and solutions will be launched when Bell Canada expands its 5G coverage – including a push expected to take part in the 3.5 GHz spectrum auction by the Canadian government later in 2020.
The 5G agreement builds on a long-term partnership between companies, which includes the provision of a 4G LTE network.
Mirko Bibic, President and CEO of BCE Inc. and Bell Canada, said: “Bell’s 5G strategy supports our aim to advance how Canadians connect with each other and with the world, and Ericsson’s innovative 5G network products and experience on the global stage will be key to the launch of mobile technology that is transforming this game in Canada. “
Niklas Heuveldop, President and Head of Ericsson North America, said, “We are proud to have won Bell’s trust to be chosen as one of their key partners and to significantly expand our current relationship to accelerate the transformation of their networks with fixed cellular and wireless 5G With a product portfolio Our industry-leading 5G, Bell will be able to provide innovative experience and services to consumers, Canadian companies and public services whether traveling or at home, regardless of whether they are in an urban or rural area. “
Stephen Howe, Chief Technology Officer, Bell Canada, said: “Ericsson plays an important role in enabling the award-winning Bell LTE network and we are pleased to develop our partnership into fixed cellular and wireless 5G technology. High-capacity, almost instantaneous 5G connections will allow Next generation applications such as 4K mobile video and deep augmented reality, connected vehicles and IoT industrial automation on a large scale, and our plan is to provide the benefits of the 5G wireless revolution to cities and rural locations alike. “
Ericsson currently has 93 commercial 5G agreements or contracts with unique communication service providers around the world, 50 of which are publicly announced for 5G offers. Ericsson currently has 40 live 5G networks in 22 countries.
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