Tag Archives: Ericsson

T-Mobile unveils 5G ANS

T-Mobile today launched its new 5G Advanced Network Solutions (ANS). Through this service, enterprises are able to unlock massive amounts of data using 5G connectivity with edge computing. As a result, they can gather and process their data at “blazing fast speeds.” The service was unveiled today through T-Mo’s newsroom. In their announcement, T-Mobile revealed that they have partnered with Dell Technologies, Ericsson, and Nokia to make 5G ANS possible.  The Un-carrier shared the experience of … [read full article]

T-Mobile partners with Cradlepoint to deliver fixed wireless solution to business customers

T-Mobile has partnered with Cradlepoint to deliver “an enterprise-grade custom-designed all-in-one 5G router for T-Mobile Business Internet customers.” With this partnership, the two aim to deliver a compelling fixed wireless solution to organizations for their continuous business operations. Cradlepoint is part of Ericsson. Prior to today’s announcement, there are limited internet options offered to businesses. This is because internet providers mainly focus on consumer internet. But there is a demand from businesses for solutions that provide enhanced … [read full article]

T-Mobile inks partnership with Nokia, Ericsson to expand its 5G network

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T-Mobile earlier announced that it has inked a five-year, multi-billion dollar agreement with Ericsson and Nokia. The agreement was formed so these two companies could continue expanding and advancing T-Mobile’s 5G network. This is to fulfill the deals T-Mobile made to have its merger with Sprint approved.  T-Mobile’s President of Technology, Neville Ray, shared that they already have “the largest 5G network in the country”. Through the recently formed agreements with their 5G partners, the wireless carrier … [read full article]

T-Mobile teams up with Ericsson for new 2.5GHz 5G achievement

T-Mobile has been placing a focus on its 2.5GHz 5G rollout lately, with coverage recently expanding to 81 new cities and towns. And now T-Mo has announced a new achievement using 2.5GHz spectrum. T-Mobile teamed up with Ericsson to achieve a peak cell throughput of 5.6Gbps using a single 100MHz channel of 2.5GHz spectrum. The demonstration included a 16-layer multi-user multi-input multi-output (MU-MIMO) setup. In the test, T-Mobile connected eight OnePlus 8 5G phones to … [read full article]

T-Mobile achieves world’s farthest 5G connection

After achieving a few notable 5G firsts with OnePlus and Ericsson back in May, T-Mobile this week revealed that they’ve performed another successful 5G feat. Neville Ray, T-Mobile’s president of technology, revealed this week that a T-Mo test achieved the world’s farthest 5G connection. T-Mobile, Ericsson, and OnePlus teamed up to complete a 5G connection that stretched 60 miles from the base station. No other details about the test were given, so it’s not known what kind of … [read full article]

T-Mobile achieves standalone 5G world firsts ahead of launch later this year

T-Mobile has been placing a lot of focus on 5G over the past year, launching its mmWave coverage and then its nationwide 600MHz 5G network and now using Sprint’s 2.5GHz spectrum to augment its network. Now T-Mo is taking another step with 5G by achieving several 5G firsts. T-Mobile has partnered with companies like Cisco, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, OnePlus, and Qualcomm to accomplish several standalone (SA) 5G world firsts. These include the first SA … [read full article]

T-Mobile and MediaTek partner on first multi-vendor standalone 5G data call

T-Mobile has achieved a few 5G milestones lately with partners like Ericsson and Nokia. Today another achievement was announced, but this one includes a new partner. MediaTek touts that it and T-Mobile have completed the world’s first “5G New Radio (NR) standalone data call in a multi-vendor environment that mirrors actual 5G deployment in T-Mobile’s network.” The companies used a MediaTek 5G M70 Modem. MediaTek also notes that the collab between it and T-Mobile was supported … [read full article]

T-Mobile completes standalone 5G test ahead of launch in 2020

T-Mobile today announced that it’s achieved another 5G milestone. T-Mo has achieved the first standalone end-to-end 5G data session in North America. What’s more, it was the first in the world on a mult-vendor 5G next generation ratio and core network. The data session was completed in T-Mobile’s lab in Bellevue, WA with help from Ericsson, Nokia, Cisco, and MediaTek. Existing 5G networks are non-standalone, meaning that the devices connect to 5G and LTE at … [read full article]

T-Mobile completes low-band 5G data call in the wild

After competing the first low-band 5G data session on a commercial 5G modem in a lab earlier this month, T-Mobile has now taken its testing outside. T-Mobile has completed the first low-band 5G data call on a commercial modem in the field. This test used 600MHz spectrum, which we know T-Mo is planning to use to build out its 5G network, as well as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 5G modem and Ericsson radios. T-Mobile CTO Neville … [read full article]

T-Mobile completes first low-band 5G data session using Snapdragon X55 modem

T-Mobile, Qualcomm, and Ericsson have teamed up to reach another 5G milestone. The three companies announced today that they’ve achieved the world’s first low-band 5G data session on a commerical 5G modem. The data session was completed on 600MHz spectrum at T-Mobile’s lab in Bellevue, WA using a mobile test device with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G modem. The test also included an RF transceiver, FR Front-End solution, and commercial 5G radios from Ericsson. “This … [read full article]