Ericsson's new network programmability tool, called "5G Core Policy Studio", is designed to "enable communications service providers (CSPs) to more easily capture 5G revenue through offering differentiation", "handles the central management of all core network policies" and is "fully integrated with Ericsson’s dual-mode 5G Core."
With Ericsson's 5G Smart Factory in Lewisville Texas having produced its first 5G base stations earlier this month, it has been bee recognised by the World Economic Forum as a "Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) pioneer".
A federal judge in the US has prevented a ban on the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, put in place in January, from being enforced, calling the decision "deeply flawed".
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