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Ericsson and Vodafone launched 5g commercial network in Ireland

Ericsson and Vodafone Ireland launched the first 5g commercial network in Ireland, covering cork, Limerick, Dublin, Galway and Watford

in the coming months, both sides will continue to expand the coverage of 5g network in Ireland

at the launching ceremony held in cork on August 13, Ericsson conducted a demonstration of hybrid reality (urban planning virtual reality). At the same time, Vodafone and the assert center of cork University jointly launched a Vodafone global IOT center specifically for the healthcare industry

by using the baseband 6630 and air 6488 in the Ericsson wireless system product portfolio, Vodafone Ireland launched 5g commercial network on its latest 5g spectrum. At present, Ericsson has successfully promoted a number of 5g network deployments around the world, and this cooperation with Vodafone is also one of them

John Griffin, general manager of Ericsson Ireland branch, said: we work closely with customers and are always at the forefront of technology. At the same time, we are also the first enterprise to support the release of each generation of mobile communication technology in Ireland. Therefore, we are proud to be able to support the first deployment of 5g commercial networks. Ericsson has been working in Ireland for 60 years. Our research and development center in aslon has always been the largest research and development center in Ireland. At present, we are developing five key components of the 9.8% year-on-year growth in chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing industry, which provides strong support for promoting 5g innovation in Ireland. By providing solutions for nearly two-thirds of the 5g commercial networks that have been activated across four continents, Ericsson has always led the journey to the next generation of connectivity

according to the Ericsson consumer lab report, Irish consumers had expected 5g networks to be launched in 2021, and the results of the cooperation between Vodafone and Ericsson completely exceeded people's expectations

Anne o Leary, CEO of Vodafone Ireland, said at the launch ceremony: 5g will completely change the way we use and view technology, and will have a huge impact on Irish enterprises and society. 5g will bring high-speed, ultra-low delay and highly secure connection capability to a large number of devices; Moreover, this technology will unlock a large number of new use cases through Vodafone's next-generation network

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