SK Telecom selects Ericsson’s Cloud Packet Core to energy its 5G community

SK Telecom has introduced that it has chosen Ericsson’s Cloud Packet Core to energy its 5G community. 

The Cloud Packet Core from Ericsson helps service suppliers to easily migrate to 5G Core stand-alone structure. It additionally helps to create visibility, worth and management of site visitors and functions by figuring out the optimum high quality of a service, then implementing it by means of an applicable coverage. 

Jung Chang-kwan, VP and head of infra engineering group at SK Telecom, mentioned: “By utilising Ericsson’s Cloud Packet Core network solution, which realizes simplified network operations, we will unleash the full potential of new 5G-enabled use cases with greater efficiency.”

Based on Ericsson’s newest Mobility Report, published earlier this week, international 5G subscriptions will exceed 2.6bn inside the subsequent six years and by that point Ericsson predicts that 5G will cowl 65 % of the world. It additionally believes that whole cell subscriptions, together with to earlier technology networks, will attain 8.9bn from 8bn over the following six years. Greater than quarter of the worldwide subscriptions shall be 5G by 2025 and can account for round 45 % of worldwide cell knowledge site visitors.

Moreover, Ericsson has additionally introduced its partnership with NVIDIA to be able to develop applied sciences that may allow communication service suppliers to construct virtualized 5G radio entry networks, which can enhance the introduction of recent AI and IoT-based companies. The last word focus shall be to commercialize virtualized RAN applied sciences to supply radio networks with flexibility and talent to enter the market in a shorter time for brand new companies like VR, AR and gaming.

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