Ericsson, Zain partner for 5G research and development

Monday 5 December 2016 | 11:23 CET | News
Ericsson and Zain Group have entered into an agreement on 5G research and development. The collaboration aims to develop new 5G use cases, requirements and deployment scenarios, as well as evaluate performance and applicability of potential 5G key technology components. The partnership ensures both parties can pave the way for 5G deployments in the Middle East supporting Zain's transformation towards digitisation.

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Companies: Zain Group
Countries: Middle East
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