Ericsson is the driving force behind the Networked Society. The company has been selected as supplier by telecommunications operator Swisscom to transform its core network in Switzerland through the deployment of a telco cloud infrastructure and virtual network functions of its mobile core.
Elitecore Technologies, a global provider of Next-generation BSS, Packet Core and Carrier Wi-Fi solution, is one of the contributing exhibitors at Mobile World Congress 2016. From Monday till Thursday, the innovative company will be showcasing its Monetization capabilities for all IP Networks - 4G/LTE, Wi–Fi and Fixed Broadband.
Nokia is demonstrating Narrow Band Internet of Things technology at Mobile World Congress in collaboration with Intel and Vodafone Group, marking a major milestone in the drive towards commercializing NB-IoT as a global standard for connecting billions of meters, sensors, tracking devices and other objects crucial for a programmable world.
Samsung Electronics and LG unveiled new smartphones with better cameras and turned to virtual reality to boost interest in their headsets at a time of slowing sales.
Panasonic's IoT includes new connected technology for cars, public spaces and security, including the formal availability launch of the Panasonic Nubo, the industry's first mobile connected 4G monitoring camera.
Ahead of this year's Mobile World Congress, Huawei has unveiled its five 'Big Initiatives' for the telecom industry to accelerate its digital transformation. The Big Initiatives and the resulting solutions represent the company's long-term commitment to building a better connected world through extensive collaboration across the industry.
At Mobile World Congress 2016, Ericsson president and CEO Hans Vestberg said digital disruption will come to every industry in 2016 and made major announcements in 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud. With these announcements, Ericsson solidifies its positions as a leading ICT transformation partner for customers across industries.
Qualcomm Incorporated, world leader in 3G, 4G and next-generation wireless technologies and Lenovo, a global leader in innovative consumer, commercial, and enterprise technology, announced on Sunday 21 February that they have entered into a new 3G and 4G patent license agreement for China, which covers devices marketed by both Motorola and Lenovo.
Nokia is showcasing how its commercially available AirScale radio access can support 5G technologies to give operators the confidence that their hardware investments will meet future demands. This is the first time 5G radio access is being demonstrated on commercial hardware. Operators will be able to launch 5G earlier and at lower cost, and migrate their existing LTE infrastructure to early 5G services in 2017, with full 5G commercial services expected in 2020.
Mobile World Congress 2016 commenced with a buzz of excitement surrounding Nokia, announcing its next generation AirScale Radio Access which will radically alter the way networks are built. Operators will be able to use Nokia AirScale Radio Access to profitably satisfy future demands including the Internet of Things, virtual reality, augmented reality, factories of the future and other advanced scenarios such as video that demand extreme performance. The first demonstration of Nokia AirScale Radio Access live, with 5G-ready air interface is being shown at Mobile World Congress 2016.