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Airtel Partners Ericsson for 5G : Ericsson performs 5 live technology in India.

Swedish tele-communications equipment maker Ericsson said Friday that it has partnered with Bharti Airtel for India’s operations of the tele communications company for Live 5 technology.

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Nunjaiyo Hammer of Southeast Asia, Oceania and India Ericsson senior vice president and head of the market area, told reporters, “we have MOU (commitment) with 36 operators around the world. ‘In India we have recently signed with Bharti Airtel for 5G technology.

However, they do not comment on the financial details of the association.

As part of the partnership with Airtel, Bharti will work with Airtel to formulate strategic plans for the development of the network.

Ericsson is already a supplier to Bharti Airtel in areas such as managed services and 4G.

This year, Bharti Airtel had a similar agreement with the telecommunications equipment manufacturer Nokia to increase its participation in areas such as the management of 5 standards in technology and connected devices.

Ericsson presented the first live performance of live 5 end date using its 5G test banks narayamurthy Radio on Friday. This, says Ericsson, contains ‘extremely high cost and ultra low latency’

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Mirtillo said the company is committed to the Indian market.

Showcase of 5G technology has been organized towards the creation of a robust 5G ecosystem in the country, although  5G in networks will be available until 2020.

According to Ericsson’s estimates, the 5G technology, which will support rapid data access will allow an income capacity of $ 27.3 billion (approx 1, 77, 48, 9 million) for Indian telecom operators, up to 2026.

The biggest opportunity will be seen in sectors such as utilities after manufacturing, energy public safety and health sectors, said a report by Ericsson.

It says that it is greater than the income generated by traditional services and it is expected to grow up to 63 billion (around 4, 0 9, Rs 583 crore) till 2026.

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