Newly update content of ECP-103 exam with free Exam Questions download

Make your concepts crystal clear for ECP-103 exam topics with killexams.com ECP-103 exam prep and go through complete question bank several time so that you can memorize and master all the ECP-103 real questions. You really do not need to download any of the free contents from internet because, those are outdated. Just practice our ECP-103 exam prep and pass your exam.

Exam Code: ECP-103 Practice test 2022 by Killexams.com team
Ericsson Certified Technology - IP
Ericsson Technology test contents
Killexams : Ericsson Technology test contents - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/ECP-103 Search results Killexams : Ericsson Technology test contents - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/ECP-103 https://killexams.com/exam_list/Ericsson Killexams : Ericsson's core technology for TIM's 5G standalone network
  • Ericsson's dual-mode 5G Core evolves the existing 'Evolved Packet Core' and introduces the new 5G Standalone into a single cloud-native solution
  • 5G Standalone will enable faster data transfer speeds, reduced latency and increased coverage
  • The agreement also includes network orchestration and automation services, enabling network slicing

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has been chosen by TIM to provide its 5G Core. Ericsson's dual-mode 5G Core will allow TIM to modernise its current "Evolved Packet Core" and introduce the new 5G Standalone in a single cloud-native solution.

The transition to 5G Standalone is a crucial step in the continued expansion of TIM's 5G infrastructure with higher data transfer rates, ultra-low latency and increasingly nationwide equipment deployment.

The agreement also includes network orchestration and automation services, which underpin the introduction of ultra-reliable, low-latency network slicing and communications (URLLC) solutions. A key step that will enable the rapid introduction of new services for consumers and businesses.

Andrea Missori, President of Ericsson Italy, says: "This new partnership with TIM will allow to take full advantage of 5G, benefitting both consumers and businesses, and will contribute to accelerate the country's digital transformation. With 5G standalone it will be possible to activate a series of innovative services that require high performance, low latency and maximum security, as well as the network slicing functionality that will allow mobile operators to monetise network quality."

Thu, 17 Nov 2022 20:43:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.telecomtv.com/content/5g/ericssons-core-technology-for-tims-5g-standalone-network-45991/
Killexams : Sprint Could Outsource Network to Ericsson No result found, try new keyword!Sprint Nextel is in final negotiations to outsource management of its cellular network to Ericsson in a cost-cutting move, a report says. The two companies haven't finalized a contract and ... Sat, 26 Nov 2022 10:00:00 -0600 en-us text/html https://www.thestreet.com/technology/sprint-could-outsource-network-to-ericsson-10495589 Killexams : Ericsson, Nokia, and Huawei Among Top 20 Companies Helping Telcos Achieve Their Sustainability Goals

The Sustainability Assessment: Telco Technology Suppliers by global technology intelligence firm ABI Research provides an unrivaled tool to identify partners best placed to help telcos drive sustainability initiatives as well as identify the best practice operations of suppliers that can be replicated. This unbiased examination of 81 telecommunications suppliers supporting telecommunication operator sustainability initiatives assesses vendors on sustainability criteria across nine categories, including 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) equipment, massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (mMIMO) antennae, Open RAN hardware and software, on-site renewable energy solutions, free cooling systems, liquid cooling systems, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven software, antenna solutions, and 5G cloud-native platforms. Sustainability initiatives were considered across two major dimensions; present-day implementation (the ability to scale impact), including the global rollout of 5G and market share of equipment, and forward-looking impact, evaluating the innovation of the technologies for reducing carbon emissions and waste, such as using next-generation silicon and integrating AI and Machine Learning (ML) to reduce the overall energy consumption of the equipment.

The results of the assessment highlight leaders in four different supplier groups:

  • Traditional Network Equipment Vendors
  • Non-traditional Network Equipment Vendors
  • Chipset and Component Vendors
  • Software Vendors

Across all the telco equipment categories, the leaders that demonstrated the most capabilities in their products and services for improving telecommunication operator’s sustainability are Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei, ZTE, Samsung, Intel, Qualcomm, NEC, Mavenir, Cisco, Fujitsu, Rakuten Symphony, CommScope, Dell, AMD, IBM (Red Hat), VMware, Airspan, Parallel Wireless, and Schneider Electric.

According to Kim Johnson, Sustainable Technologies Principal Analyst at ABI Research, “ABI Research offers this comprehensive research as a tool to help select sustainable partners in the telecom industry and to identify industry best practices. With the evolution of network virtualization and cloudification, the total number of telco equipment vendors is growing. With this increase of potential partners, vendors must work together to optimize various layers and components of the networks, address soaring levels of 5G energy consumption, and respond to climate change industry-wide.”

ABI Research’s overall assessment identified the providers with the greatest ability to scale sustainable impact across the industry. Based on this analysis, ABI Research concludes that, for now, the traditional network equipment vendors are likely to be the best positioned to help telcos Excellerate their overall sustainability strategies and achieve climate targets. “However, the other supplier groups are increasingly contributing to the sustainability of telco networks every day and should not be underestimated, given the complexities of the sustainability challenge and the innovation needed to advance to net zero carbon emissions,” Johnson notes. The next most important grouping in the assessment is non-traditional network equipment vendors, while the third tier for reducing industry-wide carbon emissions and waste are the chipset and component vendors and software providers. One company that supersedes this classification is Intel, as an integrated device manufacturing (IDM) leader and technology provider that maintains legacy partnerships with traditional vendors and overlaps in multiple network areas.

Johnson highlights, “The companies that were identified as the most impactful industry-wide incorporate many sustainability initiatives. They employ eco-design principles, using less aluminum and other materials while making equipment lightweight, modular, and compact for simplified installation and tower sharing. The leaders are designing and making energy efficient radios and equipment with specialized silicon and integrated, intelligent, and programmable hardware and software.”

The traditional leaders, Ericsson and Nokia, also have 5G smart factories recognized as “Global Lighthouse” manufacturing facilities and Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) pioneers by McKinsey and the World Economic Forum. The Ericsson USA 5G smart factory runs on 100% renewable energy with integrated environmental systems that reduce energy consumption by 24% and water use by 75%. Nokia’s 5G “factory of the future” in Oulu, Finland, leverages Nokia’s private wireless networks for secure and reliable connectivity for factory assets, IoT analytics, and a real-time digital twin of factory operations data.

“In addition to supporting sustainable manufacturing and operational practices, all the companies in the Sustainability Assessment are focused on breaking the 5G energy curve. These companies are leading the way for advancing network technologies and performance while reducing energy consumption and global carbon emissions,” Johnson concludes.

These findings are from ABI Research’s Sustainability Assessment: Telco Technology Suppliers report. This report is part of the company’s Sustainable Technologies research service, which provides actionable research and data designed to help companies go from sustainability pledges to sustainability execution by identifying technologies, vendors, and programs that accelerate sustainability efforts, such as reducing carbon emissions and waste.

Mon, 14 Nov 2022 10:00:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.telecomtv.com/content/sustainability/ericsson-nokia-and-huawei-among-top-20-companies-helping-telcos-achieve-their-sustainability-goals-45977/
Killexams : Ericsson to invest in 6G network research in Britain

LONDON, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Network equipment maker Ericsson (ERICb.ST) will invest millions of pounds in 6G mobile research in Britain, it said on Tuesday, working with universities on hardware security, AI and cognitive networks and quantum computing.

The Swedish company, which supplies 5G gear to all four British mobile networks, said the 10-year initiative would help to drive development of next-generation 6G networks, which are expected to be commercially available about 2030.

Ericsson's UK and Ireland CEO Katherine Ainley said that British universities are performing world-beating research in some of the technologies that would underpin next-generation networks.

"We will establish a team of 20 experienced researchers here in the UK and we will also look to sponsor students as well," she said. "Our initial focus will be 6G networking and hardware security."

The new group will complement Ericsson's 17 existing research sites in 12 countries, she said.

Possible partner universities include Surrey, Bristol and Manchester, she said, adding that it typically takes 8-10 years from engagement with researchers to the development of commercial technology.

The British government, which has been working to protect funding for scientific research after Brexit, said Ericsson's investment was a "huge vote of confidence" in the country's telecoms sector, adding that it would soon publish a strategy on 6G technology.

Reporting by Paul Sandle Editing by Kylie MacLellan and David Goodman

Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Mon, 21 Nov 2022 19:50:00 -0600 Reuters en text/html https://www.reuters.com/technology/ericsson-invest-6g-network-research-britain-2022-11-22/
Killexams : Ericsson continues 6G R&D drive with UK facility

Ericsson pledged to spend tens of millions of pounds on 6G research in the UK across a decade, with work set to cover a range of areas including hardware security, AI, cognitive networks and energy efficiency.

At a media event, Ericsson outlined its efforts in the country would contribute to global research towards the next generation of network technology. It will be one of a number of centres and schemes the vendor is involved in across several of its major markets.

The UK centre will employ 20 dedicated researchers alongside supporting PhD students, who will work alongside academics and industry players on 6G projects. Its initial focus will be on networking and hardware security, before looking into other areas.

“There are a number of global programmes already: Europe has already initiated a number of 6G-type programmes, the US as well, and all the big nations are so we’re desparate to get this up in the UK,” Ericsson UK and Ireland CEO Katherine Ainley said.

Ericsson noted it hopes the UK facility will be part of wider efforts in the country, with the government working on a strategy for the next generation of mobile technology.

The vendor expects 6G to become available in the 2030s, broadly in-line with industry estimates, though some are targeting more aggressive timelines.

Ericsson anticipates the technology to support the merging of the digital and physical world, provide so-called limitless connectivity and offer wide societal benefits.

Potential use cases include multi-sensory extended reality, precision healthcare, smart agriculture, collaborative robots and intelligent autonomous systems.

Back
Mon, 21 Nov 2022 19:10:00 -0600 en-GB text/html https://www.mobileworldlive.com/featured-content/home-banner/ericsson-continues-6g-rd-drive-with-uk-facility/
Killexams : Ericsson throws weight behind fostering innovations in cellular technology in Jordan

1. Ericsson’s current focus areas  and priorities in Jordan 

As Jordan’s development ecosystem looks to foster the right environment for entrepreneurship, new business, and nationwide developments, we are committed to utilizing our capabilities, legacy, and expertise to enable the power of connectivity that will support the Jordan 2025 National Vision. 

At Ericsson we strongly believe Information and Communications Technology (ICT) are the catalysts for digital transformation. Cellular networks are at the core of Jordan’s digitalization journey with the power to propel technological adoption. Being enablers of digital technology, networks like 4G and 5G have become crucial ingredients in Jordan’s competitiveness agenda. Therefore, fostering innovations in cellular technology, alongside increasing Jordan’s digital literacy and talent competencies will no doubt help bring the economically centered digital transformation visions for its public sector to fruition.

To enable fast and countrywide 5G coverage the CSPs need to use the low-band spectrum (spectrum below 1GHz). The mid-band spectrum (3.5GHz) is a great choice to provide improved quality to the end-user that will differentiate 5G from 4G. However, to ensure that end-users will get the benefits of 5G regardless of where they are located, we need to combine the mid-band spectrum with the low-band spectrum. This is particularly important for 5G Stand Alone deployments. Jordan has great potential to Excellerate both 4G and 5G networks with the low-band spectrum as both 700MHz and 800MHz bands are still not utilized for mobile networks.

We are ready to support Jordan in achieving its vision and we were thrilled to highlight our intentions at the latest ICT Forum where we participated in keynote sessions and shared insights on the endless opportunities of 5G for the country. Our plan centers on using our technology as a driver of digital transformation with the ultimate goal of creating smart and greener cities. 

2. Reflections on the Swedish delegation visit to Jordan

Part of a wider Swedish delegation, Ericsson’s MEA President Fadi Pharaon visited me in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to meet with our partners, the communication services providers to discuss current and future collaborations. During our visit, we also examined the various opportunities that lie ahead for the development of advanced network capabilities. Our visit to Jordan reflects the deep-rooted and historic ties of friendship between the two countries. In fact, we had established our regional office in Jordan close to forty years ago which today counts 72 employees fully committed to the digitalization of the Kingdom. I myself have relocated to Jordan in 2021 to ensure total immersion in the opportunities presented for this burgeoning nation. I will be operating from Amman along with a couple of colleagues holding key regional leadership positions which will allow us to bring out the best of future connectivity to Jordan and the Levant. It is always an honor for us to meet with our partners on the ground and we look forward to future collaborations.  

3. How can 5G benefit people?

5G is the most advanced and efficient mobile network we have at our disposal today and is essentially an advanced evolution of the existing communication standards of 2G, 3G, and 4G. With much faster speed than 4G, 5G’s ability to transmit data with extremely low latency is enabling critical communications in real-time - powering digital technologies that are driving digital transformation today.

5G features include faster connectivity speeds, ultra-low latency, and greater bandwidth which brought the technology much attention in latest years. It is now also seen as a critical tool in driving us towards a more connected and digital society.  5G holds massive potential in transforming the Jordanian society, its industries, and dramatically enhancing the day-to-day experiences of users across the board. In more concrete terms, 5G has the power to enable a multitude of services such as e-health, connected vehicles, and advanced mobile cloud gaming.

However, this comes with a caveat. In order to win the hearts of the next wave of 5G consumers, continued investment in network capacity and coverage, combined with innovative services and offerings will be required. Our largest global 5G consumer study ever done, the Ericsson ConsumerLab, was released last month and it is apparent that current and future 5G users expect innovative 5G experiences to be part of their mobile broadband plan. We also see that in the next wave of 5G consumers, when we are going beyond the early adopters, expectations on capacity and coverage will increase.

4. What are some of the most anticipated 5G applications? 

With faster connectivity speeds, ultra-low latency, and greater bandwidth, 5G is dramatically enhancing day-to-day experiences. What we used to see as futuristic is turning into reality across industries. In the transportation industry, for example, the high-speed data transfer speeds, ultra-low latency, and increased reliability provided by 5G networks are enabling vehicles to seamlessly communicate with the cellular network, other vehicles, roadside infrastructure, and even pedestrians in real-time. It also holds a promise to strengthen the capabilities of self-driving vehicles and allow accident-free, stress-free, and emission-free driving. 

The potential of 5G in the manufacturing industry today is already revolutionizing efficiency and safety. With low latency, high reliability, and high bandwidth, it allows for higher flexibility, lower cost, and shorter lead times for factory floor production reconfiguration, layout changes, and alterations. It also enables manufacturers to do remote quality inspections as well as identify and monitor items in real-time to ensure they are delivered when and where they are needed. By also enabling predictive maintenance and industrial robotics to test hazardous materials, 5G also significantly contributes to preventing worker accidents and increasing safety in the manufacturing industry. 

For organizations and telecom operators, this represents a wealth of opportunities to dip into artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and the internet of things. Spanning a variety of use cases across various industries, 5G is enabling the creation of a smarter, safer, and more sustainable future for all. 

5. Can 5G deployment help achieve sustainability goals?

Apart from higher speeds and lower latency 5G technology will help to “Break the Energy Curve”. Every new mobile technology, every new “G”, provides better quality for end-users, higher speeds, and more capacity. However, so far, every new mobile technology also increased mobile network's energy consumption. Currently, the CSPs are spending in the range of 25B USD on energy consumption yearly. The further increase in energy consumption is simply not sustainable. We at Ericsson believe that with 5G we can break this trend and reduce energy consumption while increasing the quality, speed and network capacity. This is what we call “Breaking the Energy Curve” and it is possible as 5G is standardized with energy efficiency in mind allowing us to incorporate innovations in our HW and SW solutions to maximize energy efficiency and “Break the Energy Curve”.

According to the Ericsson Breaking the Energy Curve Report 2022, 5G has been deployed globally in more than 200 networks since the 2020 edition of the report. Certain steps are available to us to scale up 5G with sustainability top-of-mind and reduce the total network energy consumption by challenging the traditional industry approach: plan, deploy, and operate differently. Our report recommends taking a holistic view of network evolution, expansion and operation to break the upward trajectory of energy consumption of mobile networks. This approach will also help address the challenge of exponential data traffic growth. 

Leveraging artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) and automation will maximize traffic performance of deployed hardware with minimized energy use. As radio access network (RAN) products and solutions consume the most energy across a mobile network, the report highlights the need for CSPs to continually prioritize RAN energy savings as new energy-efficient product generations are released. This is the best way to keep energy use under control while delivering excellent user experience. 

We may not say it enough, but the ICT industry plays a decisive role in enabling the critical and exponential climate action demanded today by investors and regulators and has the potential to reduce total global industrial emissions by up to 15 percent. These demands are spurred on by intensifying pressures from consumers, customers and the wider supply chain. To meet these demands and align with the global 1.5°C ambition1 set by the Paris Agreement, businesses must adopt a full value-chain approach to setting climate targets according to a Net Zero timeline – with a commitment to halve total emissions by 2030 and reach a Net Zero state by 2050. To reach Net Zero, it is important to reduce energy consumption and break the curve.

Sat, 26 Nov 2022 23:24:00 -0600 en text/html https://jordantimes.com/news/business-club/ericsson-throws-weight-behind-fostering-innovations-cellular-technology-jordan
Killexams : e& and Ericsson partner to build more sustainable future networks

UAE -  e& (formerly known as Etisalat Group) and Ericsson will explore initiatives aimed at reducing energy consumption and building more efficient and sustainable future networks.

For this they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the sidelines of the 27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP27) in Egypt.

The three-year partnership aims to support the Net Zero strategy of e& and Ericsson while exploring opportunities to reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption. The companies will also collaborate in hosting a series of knowledge-sharing sessions, covering Ericsson’s global expertise in energy-efficient strategies, such as its 'Breaking the Energy Curve' initiative.

Carbon footprint

e& will continue to work towards reducing the carbon footprint through the utilisation of Ericsson’s industry-leading and sustainable products and services. Ericsson's global product ‘Take-Back Programme’ will explored further for potential collaboration that could support e& drive responsible disposal and recycling of e-waste across the group's network.

The partnership is part of e&’s ambition to accelerate the transition to Net Zero and underlines the importance of improving network energy performance to meet Net Zero targets.

Sabri Ali Albreiki, Chief Technology Officer, e& international, says: "Through our partnership with Ericsson, we aim to accelerate the decarbonisation of our network infrastructure business by exploring the deployment of their latest generation of energy efficient radio equipment and software features. We will also work together to use the Ericsson Product Take-Back programme to dispose of and recycle obsolete network equipment to high environmental standards. This agreement is part of e&'s broader commitment to reduce waste and achieve a sustainable low-carbon society.”

Sustainability initiatives

Ekow Nelson, Vice President and Head of Global Customer Unit for e& at Ericsson Middle East and Africa, says: “Working with e&, we will explore various sustainability initiatives that will help them break the energy curve and develop greener network infrastructure in their countries of operation. Through our Global Product Take-Back and innovatively sustainable 5G solutions such as our intelligent RAN energy-saving software features, we are confident e& will be able to reduce its environmental footprint and manage the expected growth in data traffic using as little energy as possible.”

Cementing e&’s commitment to the environment, society and governance (ESG), the group has become the first UAE private sector member of the UAE Independent Climate Change Accelerators as part of the group's participation at COP27. Being present among other sustainable-focused thought-leaders further reinforces e&’s strategic position as a driving force that inspires other corporates and organisations to play a significant role in supporting UAE’s net zero commitment by 2050.

Copyright 2022 Al Hilal Publishing and Marketing Group Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc. (Syndigate.info).

Mon, 14 Nov 2022 19:44:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.zawya.com/en/business/technology-and-telecom/e-and-and-ericsson-partner-to-build-more-sustainable-future-networks-fvk8hpyk
Killexams : Ericsson Executive Joins MEF Technology Advisory Board

MEF

Mattias Rimbark brings extensive experience and expertise in automation, 5G, and edge computing to help companies accelerate time to market for new products and solutions

Mattias Rimbark, MEF TAB

Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson, joins MEF's Technology Advisory Board.

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MEF, a global industry association of network, cloud, and technology providers accelerating enterprise digital transformation, today announced the appointment of Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson, to its Technology Advisory Board (TAB), a distinguished group of industry luminaries from leading global companies bringing important technology perspectives to the strategic work of MEF.

“MEF is honored to welcome Mattias to our TAB. We look forward to leveraging his expertise in 5G to hone MEF’s strategy to drive enterprise digital transformation and industry automation,” said Pascal Menezes, Chief Technology Officer, MEF. “5G will enable all types of new digital transformation scenarios, and guidance from the TAB on connectivity, automation, overlays, cybersecurity, and multi-cloud will help our members connect to 5G and provide an open ecosystem to realize new and faster revenues.”

“I am excited to join an inspiring group of executives on the MEF TAB and work together to help shape MEF’s strategy for automating and standardizing new technology to advance the fully connected economy of the future,” said Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson. “I look forward to collaborating with MEF, its board of directors, and fellow TAB members to accelerate enterprise digital transformation and drive adoption of key MEF initiatives.”

Rimbark joins a world-class group of executives on MEF’s TAB from key stakeholder communities including cloud, network, and technology providers who were selected for their extensive industry leadership in MEF’s strategic areas—business automation, SD-WAN, SASE, connectivity, and multi-cloud—to help develop an open ecosystem and bring to market leading-edge services and solutions. As Chief Architect, Rimbark leads Ericsson’s architecture and portfolio strategy and has extensive experience in automation APIs, 5G, cloud, and edge computing solutions.

The MEF TAB consists of:

  • Kelly Ahuja, Chief Executive Officer, Versa Networks

  • Kailem Anderson, Vice President of Portfolio and Engineering, Blue Planet

  • Ari Banerjee, Senior Vice President Strategy, Netcracker Technology

  • Rohit Batra, Vice President and Head of Product, Telecommunications, Media & Technology, ServiceNow

  • Craig Connors, Vice President and General Manager, SASE Business, VMware

  • David Fan, Vice President and General Manager, Communications Industry, Salesforce

  • Sunil Khandekar, Former Founder & CEO of Nuage Networks, Independent

  • Dave Larson, Chief Technology Officer and General Manager, Cloud & IP, Spirent Communications plc

  • John Maddison, Executive Vice President of Products and Chief Marketing Officer, Fortinet

  • Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson

  • JL Valente, Vice President, Product Management, Enterprise Routing and SD-WAN, Cisco

About MEF
MEF is a global industry association of network, cloud, and technology providers working together to accelerate enterprise digital transformation through a better-together ecosystem. MEF delivers service standards, LSO frameworks and APIs, and training and certification programs for services, technologies, APIs, and professionals. The MEF 3.0 Framework enables automated delivery of standardized Carrier Ethernet, IP, Optical Transport, SD-WAN, SASE, and other services across multiple provider networks. For more information visit MEF.net and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Media Contact:
Melissa Power
MEF
pr@mef.net

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/22eef03b-6691-46ab-96ca-b8ca7c5edd6a

Sun, 27 Nov 2022 03:13:00 -0600 en-AU text/html https://au.sports.yahoo.com/ericsson-executive-joins-mef-technology-081500456.html
Killexams : Ericsson to invest in 6G network research in UK

Ericsson, the network equipment manufacturer, has said that it will invest millions of pounds in 6G mobile research in Britain.

Working with universities on hardware security, AI and cognitive networks and quantum computing the company, which supplies 5G equipment to all four British mobile networks, said the 10-year initiative would help to drive development of next-generation 6G networks.

6G technology is expected to be commercially available from 2030.

Ericsson's UK and Ireland CEO Katherine Ainley said that British universities are performing world-beating research in some of the technologies that would underpin next-generation networks.

"We will establish a team of 20 experienced researchers here in the UK and we will also look to sponsor students as well. Our initial focus will be 6G networking and hardware security."

The new group will complement Ericsson's 17 existing research sites in 12 countries.

Among universities that might be included in the initiative are Surrey, Bristol and Manchester.

Commenting Ainley said that it typically takes 8-10 years from engagement with researchers to the development of commercial technology.

The British government, which has been working to protect funding for scientific research after Brexit, said Ericsson's investment was a "huge vote of confidence" in the country's telecoms sector, adding that it would soon publish a strategy on 6G technology.

Tue, 22 Nov 2022 19:32:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.newelectronics.co.uk/content/news/ericsson-to-invest-in-6g-network-research-in-uk
Killexams : Ericsson Executive Joins MEF Technology Advisory Board

MEF

Mattias Rimbark brings extensive experience and expertise in automation, 5G, and edge computing to help companies accelerate time to market for new products and solutions

Mattias Rimbark, MEF TAB

Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson, joins MEF's Technology Advisory Board.

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MEF, a global industry association of network, cloud, and technology providers accelerating enterprise digital transformation, today announced the appointment of Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson, to its Technology Advisory Board (TAB), a distinguished group of industry luminaries from leading global companies bringing important technology perspectives to the strategic work of MEF.

“MEF is honored to welcome Mattias to our TAB. We look forward to leveraging his expertise in 5G to hone MEF’s strategy to drive enterprise digital transformation and industry automation,” said Pascal Menezes, Chief Technology Officer, MEF. “5G will enable all types of new digital transformation scenarios, and guidance from the TAB on connectivity, automation, overlays, cybersecurity, and multi-cloud will help our members connect to 5G and provide an open ecosystem to realize new and faster revenues.”

“I am excited to join an inspiring group of executives on the MEF TAB and work together to help shape MEF’s strategy for automating and standardizing new technology to advance the fully connected economy of the future,” said Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson. “I look forward to collaborating with MEF, its board of directors, and fellow TAB members to accelerate enterprise digital transformation and drive adoption of key MEF initiatives.”

Rimbark joins a world-class group of executives on MEF’s TAB from key stakeholder communities including cloud, network, and technology providers who were selected for their extensive industry leadership in MEF’s strategic areas—business automation, SD-WAN, SASE, connectivity, and multi-cloud—to help develop an open ecosystem and bring to market leading-edge services and solutions. As Chief Architect, Rimbark leads Ericsson’s architecture and portfolio strategy and has extensive experience in automation APIs, 5G, cloud, and edge computing solutions.

The MEF TAB consists of:

  • Kelly Ahuja, Chief Executive Officer, Versa Networks

  • Kailem Anderson, Vice President of Portfolio and Engineering, Blue Planet

  • Ari Banerjee, Senior Vice President Strategy, Netcracker Technology

  • Rohit Batra, Vice President and Head of Product, Telecommunications, Media & Technology, ServiceNow

  • Craig Connors, Vice President and General Manager, SASE Business, VMware

  • David Fan, Vice President and General Manager, Communications Industry, Salesforce

  • Sunil Khandekar, Former Founder & CEO of Nuage Networks, Independent

  • Dave Larson, Chief Technology Officer and General Manager, Cloud & IP, Spirent Communications plc

  • John Maddison, Executive Vice President of Products and Chief Marketing Officer, Fortinet

  • Mattias Rimbark, Vice President, Head of Architecture and Portfolio, Ericsson

  • JL Valente, Vice President, Product Management, Enterprise Routing and SD-WAN, Cisco

About MEF
MEF is a global industry association of network, cloud, and technology providers working together to accelerate enterprise digital transformation through a better-together ecosystem. MEF delivers service standards, LSO frameworks and APIs, and training and certification programs for services, technologies, APIs, and professionals. The MEF 3.0 Framework enables automated delivery of standardized Carrier Ethernet, IP, Optical Transport, SD-WAN, SASE, and other services across multiple provider networks. For more information visit MEF.net and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Media Contact:
Melissa Power
MEF
pr@mef.net

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/22eef03b-6691-46ab-96ca-b8ca7c5edd6a

Sun, 27 Nov 2022 07:45:00 -0600 en-AU text/html https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/ericsson-executive-joins-mef-technology-081500456.html
ECP-103 exam dump and training guide direct download
Training Exams List