ALSO READEricsson unveils world's first 5G NR radio Ericsson, Qualcomm and AT&T announce collaboration on 5G 5G subscriptions to reach half a billion in 2022, reports Ericsson Companies see 5G technology as game changer: Report Ericsson, Cisco to virtualise Vodafone Hutchison Australia's core and IP network
"With this launch, we introduce our 5G platform to support the beginning of a huge change in network capabilities, allowing our customers to offer more advanced use cases and new business models to their customers," said Arun Bansal, Head of Business Unit Network Products at Ericsson.
For operators, this represents potential to add 34 per cent growth in revenues in 2026.
"Ericsson 5G Core System capable of 5G use cases is based on network slices. Network slicing allows an operator to provide dedicated virtual networks with functionality specific to the service or customer over a common network," the company said.