Ericsson Enhances 5G Standalone Networks with New Software Toolkit

Ericsson India launches a software toolkit to enhance 5G standalone network capabilities.

  • Ericsson India launches a software toolkit to enhance 5G standalone network capabilities.
  • Supports high-performance applications like cloud gaming, video conferencing, and remote-controlled machines.
  • Ericsson collaborates with top Indian institutes for AI and 5G advancements.

Ericsson India has unveiled a new software toolkit designed to strengthen 5G standalone network capabilities. This upgrade aims to support premium services with differentiated connectivity, catering to the rising demands for network capacity and performance due to new 5G use cases. This toolkit will help communication service providers deliver high-performance applications such as cloud gaming, video conferencing, and remote-controlled machines.

Nitin Bansal, Managing Director of Ericsson India, highlights that the new toolkit empowers operators to explore new business opportunities and deliver advanced 5G applications. The toolkit is expected to provide high-performing, on-demand network connectivity for various services, aligning with Ericsson’s vision of networks as a platform.

To further innovation, Ericsson has increased its research and development efforts in India. Collaborating with top engineering institutes like IIT Kharagpur and IIT Madras, Ericsson’s research focuses on AI, computing, and radio technologies. These partnerships aim to develop sustainable, verifiable, and advanced AI models for future 6G networks, enhancing network performance and energy efficiency.

Ericsson’s Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator (GAIA) is also leveraging advanced AI technologies to create intelligent systems for automation and growth. These efforts are set to unlock new revenue potential and business models for telecom service providers in India and globally.