The Ericsson Mobility Report is essential to understanding the current state of the worldwide 5G market, particularly since it pinpoints the most important developments in 5G backed with insightful and concise data. The report affirms that 5G is forging ahead across the planet despite the uncertainties of the C-19 pandemic and geopolitical tensions affecting supply chains. The report plays a critical role in giving Ericsson a prominent role in the overall 5G market, by helping to capture mind share for its brand as well as informing the key decision making across the entirety of the 5G ecosystem needed to power 5G deployments. The key takeaways, including the validation of the FWA business case, Critical IoT’s rising prominence, rapid expansion of 5G subscriber counts, and 5G SA’s progress, to name a few, all provide solid evidence that 5G is ready to play a prominent role in not only the evolution of mobile networks but also society as a whole.
Ericsson unveils its entitlement server solution for on-device eSIM subscription activation for smartphone – beginning with Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip, following the launch this past January of its eSIM solution. Not only do these eSIM solutions make the customer experience a better one, they deliver big value to both Ericsson and Samsung, especially as it relates to the success of 5G success as a global transformational technology. Here’s a deeper look at why these eSIM solutions matter, to both of these companies, and what I believe is next.