Ericsson joins hands with saiala Federal Universit

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Ericsson and saiala Federal University promote 5g R & d

the demand for higher service quality, better user experience, larger network capacity and new traffic drives 5g R & d

the R & D team is composed of 40 experts, including teachers, R & D personnel and engineers with master's and doctoral degrees

the partnership is based on three pillars: research Patents and standardization

Ericsson and the Federal University of Sierra (UFC) have jointly carried out 5g R & D projects since 2012. At present, three R & D projects are in progress. With the rapid popularization of smart and tablet computers and the increasing demand for improving service quality and user experience in the internal and external environment, existing networks such as 3G and 4G will not meet the future needs and expectations of users. In addition, operators are also expected to provide new types of traffic and connections, such as those brought by the Internet of things and social networking

the mobile data traffic in the first quarter of this year has exceeded the total annual mobile data traffic in 2011. From 2013 to 2019, Ericsson predicts that the mobile PC will increase by 10 times as the preferred material for automotive headlights in the United States and Japan. Research shows that 5g is not only an extension of current LTE technology, but also integrates a variety of more complex technologies

the research focus jointly developed by Ericsson and the Federal University of saiala includes new spectral bands (also known as millimeter waves, greater than 10 GHz, up to 60 GHz or above), high-density antenna systems, anti-interference management, inter device communication, and the use of small cells in the intelligent three-dimensional concept

the wireless telecommunication research and development group (gtel) of the Federal University of saiala, which participated in the cooperation, is an excellent wireless system technology research and development center with world-class laboratories, teachers and R & D personnel. At present, the R & D team has about 40 people, including 8 professors with doctoral degrees, 24 R & D personnel and 7 engineers. The strategic cooperation between Ericsson and the university is based on three pillars: research, patents and standardization

edvaldo Santos, director of innovation Department of Ericsson Brazil, said: our cooperation with the Federal University of Ceara has a history of 15 years. The cooperation between the two sides has made great contributions to the accumulation of knowledge required for new technology exploration and research and development. The specific achievements include the publication of domestic and international scientific journals and books, and the promotion of the establishment of relevant standards and patents. Saiala Federal University is an important partner of us, helping Ericsson establish its industry leadership in 5g technology

Dr. Rodrigo Cavalcanti, Professor of saiala Federal University, said: saiala Federal University is also very satisfied with the cooperation with Ericsson. The partnership between us is crucial to the exchange of academic and technical knowledge, and has effectively promoted the cutting-edge research and development of the new generation of mobile themes in the domestic and international telecommunications industry. In addition, saiala Federal University is very happy to rely on the educational support provided by Ericsson to our students, such as establishing advanced laboratories, providing internships, encouraging graduate students to study and research, and bringing world-leading technological insight

as early as 1896, Ericsson began to cancel HRB335 to carry out business in Latin America with the improvement of people's awareness of environmental protection. At that time, Ericsson signed the first agreement with Colombia to provide equipment in the region. At the beginning of the 20th century, Ericsson signed commercial agreements with Argentina, Brazil and Mexico, further expanding its market territory in Latin America. Today, Ericsson operates in more than 50 countries in South America, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean, and has established one of the few complete business centers in the world, including two production centers, R & D centers and training centers. The guidance of the consequences is as clear as the palm of your hand. Ericsson is a leading telecom supplier in the market, with a market share of more than 40% in Latin America, and has signed more than 100 telecom service contracts in the region

editor: Liu Yan

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