Ericsson has been selected by Taiwan’s Chunghwa Telecom to provide the 5G platform to support its future 5G network, with the deployment of a non-standalone (NSA) New Radio (NR) network on mid and high-frequency bands.
Google Cloud is partnering with telecommunications companies to harness 5G as a business services platform, with the unveiling of its Global Mobile Edge Cloud (GMEC) strategy, aimed at delivering a portfolio and marketplace of 5G solutions built jointly with the telcos - including network-centric applications and a global distributed edge for optimally deploying these solutions.
Singtel and Nokia are collaborating on developing and trialling 5G network slicing capabilities, based on a Network as a Service (NaaS) approach aimed at providing customers with “highly customisable” services for a variety of 5G use cases and applications.
The "Bully Boys" are still hard at it I see.
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