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Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

Continued strong uptake of 5G, with around 600 million new subscriptions added globally during 2023, shows that demand for high-performance connectivity remains resilient in the face of ongoing economic challenges and geopolitical unrest in some markets.

The majority of networks deployed so far are 5G non-standalone, but an increasing number of communications service providers are deploying 5G standalone (SA). It offers greater possibilities to support new and more demanding use cases for both consumers and enterprises. Only with standalone architecture can 5G use cases requiring time-bound latency, higher speeds, capacity or benefits from network slicing be achieved. To date, more than 40 service providers have deployed or launched 5G

SA in public networks.

5G deployment is far from complete. Further densification of 5G mid-band sites is needed for the full 5G experience. By the end of 2023, it’s estimated that 5G mid-band will be deployed in around 30 percent of existing 4G sites globally.

In this edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report, we take a closer look at a large-scale deployment of mid-band 5G SA in India, where the service provider aims to capture the new business opportunities 5G offers for both consumers and enterprises.

The ongoing surge in data traffic remains a strong driver of demand for mobile networks. Most traffic is generated indoors, where people typically spend the majority of their time. There is,

however, a growing need to extend 5G mid-band coverage indoors to ensure a comprehensive 5G experience. This edition explores how demand for indoor connectivity drives the need for enhanced network performance. In the manufacturing industry, wireless connectivity is becoming a key determinant of production-line output, as factory processes cannot withstand intermittent network delays or areas with no coverage. We explore this topic by examining how 5G enables the agility required to support rapid changes and the reallocation of factory resources in modern gigafactories and green steel plants.

 

Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

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Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

Continued strong uptake of 5G, with around 600 million new subscriptions added globally during 2023, shows that demand for high-performance connectivity remains resilient in the face of ongoing economic challenges and geopolitical unrest in some markets.

The majority of networks deployed so far are 5G non-standalone, but an increasing number of communications service providers are deploying 5G standalone (SA). It offers greater possibilities to support new and more demanding use cases for both consumers and enterprises. Only with standalone architecture can 5G use cases requiring time-bound latency, higher speeds, capacity or benefits from network slicing be achieved. To date, more than 40 service providers have deployed or launched 5G

SA in public networks.

5G deployment is far from complete. Further densification of 5G mid-band sites is needed for the full 5G experience. By the end of 2023, it’s estimated that 5G mid-band will be deployed in around 30 percent of existing 4G sites globally.

In this edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report, we take a closer look at a large-scale deployment of mid-band 5G SA in India, where the service provider aims to capture the new business opportunities 5G offers for both consumers and enterprises.

The ongoing surge in data traffic remains a strong driver of demand for mobile networks. Most traffic is generated indoors, where people typically spend the majority of their time. There is,

however, a growing need to extend 5G mid-band coverage indoors to ensure a comprehensive 5G experience. This edition explores how demand for indoor connectivity drives the need for enhanced network performance. In the manufacturing industry, wireless connectivity is becoming a key determinant of production-line output, as factory processes cannot withstand intermittent network delays or areas with no coverage. We explore this topic by examining how 5G enables the agility required to support rapid changes and the reallocation of factory resources in modern gigafactories and green steel plants.

 

Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023

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Ericsson Mobility-Report November 2023
Date: 15th Jan 2024
Type: Member Report
Technology: 5G
Originator: Ericsson

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