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Ericsson India Launches New Software Toolkit to Enhance 5G Standalone Network Capabilities

Ericsson India has unveiled a new software toolkit designed to bolster 5G standalone network capabilities and support premium services with differentiated connectivity. This portfolio upgrade addresses the growing demands on network capacity and performance, driven by emerging use cases and higher expectations for 5G quality. The toolkit aims to assist communication service providers in delivering high-performance use cases requiring high throughput, reliability, and low latency. Applications include lag-free mobile cloud gaming, video conferencing, live broadcasting, remote-controlled machinery, public safety services, and future XR applications.

Nitin Bansal, Managing Director of Ericsson India, stated, “The advent of 5G is opening up new opportunities for operators, both in the established mobile broadband business and through the exploration of new value pools. Our innovative software toolkit empowers our customers to unlock advanced 5G applications through differentiated connectivity. This not only delivers high-performing on-demand network connectivity for service excellence but also propels us toward our vision of networks as a platform.”

To foster innovation in India, Ericsson has ramped up its research and development efforts and formed partnerships with leading engineering institutes. Ericsson’s Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator is leveraging advanced AI technologies, including Generative AI, Trustworthy AI, Edge AI, Machine Reasoning, and Intent-based Networks. These technologies aim to create data-driven, intelligent, and robust systems for automation, evolution, and growth.

“Through the R&D work at GAIA, we are unleashing new revenue potential, business models, and opportunities for telecom service providers in India and globally by ensuring network performance, creating future-proof customer experiences, and improving energy efficiency to meet sustainability demands,” Bansal added.

In February, Ericsson Research and the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT Kharagpur) commenced a long-term collaboration to conduct joint research in AI, computing, and radio technologies. Additionally, Ericsson Research has initiated collaborative research with the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), focusing on AI verification for neuromorphic algorithms and computing systems. This research aims to foster both fundamental and applied advancements in sustainable and verifiable cyber-physical systems (CPS), impacting AI and CPS deployment in India. digitaldews