Ericsson and King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) have extended their research partnership for two more years, focusing on cutting-edge telecommunications technologies like 5G, 6G, and on-chip reflective intelligent surfaces. This collaboration promises to drive innovations and enhance the future of global connectivity, aligning with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.

Chinese telecom operators have successfully deployed expansive 5G networks across all cities and towns, with 90% village coverage. Utilizing 3.84 million 5G base stations, they lead globally. This vast network supports diverse industries, enhancing connectivity. As 5G technology advances, with plans to incorporate 5G-Advanced (5G-A) and AI, the future of telecommunications looks promising.

Ericsson unveils its ambitious strategy to accelerate Thailand’s digital transformation using cutting-edge 5G technology. At the heart of this initiative lies the 5G Innovation and Experience Studio, a collaboration with the Royal Thai Government. This state-of-the-art facility aims to develop and test innovative 5G applications, driving Thailand towards a vibrant digital economy.