Thus Ericsson demonstrates how 5G, IoT and Cloud will allow operators to take on new roles in the
ecosystems and the digital transformation of industries
• Session addressed customers, regulators, media and industry ecosystem
• Included visual network scenarios on a city model to show how efficiencies and business innovation can be created today on 4G and with future 5G.
On May 31st, 2018, Ericsson met with customers, partners, industry ecosystem and authorities to discuss the potential of 5G, IoT and Cloud to boost innovation and digitalization of Serbian industries. During the event, the attendees had the chance to listen to industry highlights and market trends, as well as experience demos in the fields of 5G, IoT and Cloud for the digital transformation.
During the event, the attendees had the chance to listen to industry highlights and market trends, as well as experience demos in the fields of 5G, IoT and Cloud for the digital transformation. Antonio Passarella, General Manager Ericsson Serbia, highlighted that: “We are glad to gather with our customers and partners to discuss how main technologies will change Serbian user experience and industry processes. And to talk about which will be the main use cases and business models for the near future in Serbia.”
Ericsson recent research showed that industry digitalization investments will generate an estimated USD 619 billion revenue opportunity for telecom operators by 2026. The industries that will invest more in 5G driven digitalization are manufacturing, energy and utilities, public safety, healthcare, and public transport. Serbia is no exception and is expected that 5G will deliver unparalleled benefits to society and businesses. To fully get these benefits, partnerships are key, as they will enable the development of new use cases and business models. Today, 40 Operators around the world trust Ericsson as partner to work with as they build their 5G future. In addition, Ericsson has 5G collaboration agreements with several industry partners, universities and research and technology institutes”. Since 1996, Ericsson in Serbia has been supporting its customers on transforming their existing network and introduce more leading edge digital technologies, including the country’s first 5G demonstration using our prototype test bed to achieve a maximum speed of 27Gbps.