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From standard to business, Ericsson demonstrates the all-round leadership of the cellular IOT

as people to people communication approaches the ceiling of growth, the connection between people and things, things and things begins to rise, and opens a new development space, so the cellular IOT technology is booming. No matter the formulation of technical standards or the deployment of commercial networks, Ericsson has shown leadership in all-round new capacity of more than 3billion square meters

dominate the three major cellular IOT standards

for the emerging cellular IOT technology, 3GPP has formulated three major standards, namely NB IOT, EMTC and eg GSM IOT. Ericsson has dominated the above three standards among equipment manufacturers

In terms of Nb IOT, at the ran #69 conference held in September 2015, 3GPP integrated NB LTE (based on current evolution) proposed by Ericsson with another solution Nb ciot (not based on current evolution), and launched the standard NB IOT based on current evolution

NB IOT, which integrates the two standards, its key air interface specification is consistent with Nb LTE in many aspects under the current market competition. For example, the downlink subcarrier width of Nb IOT is 15KHz, and so is NB LTE; The uplink subcarrier width is 3.75khz on the basis of 15KHz proposed by nb-lte to increase the flexibility of the standard; The uplink coding technology of Nb IOT adopts the same SC-FDMA as NB LTE; In terms of physical layer design, Nb IOT adopts the principle of compatibility with LTE, which is also completely consistent with Nb LTE

unlike NB IOT, which takes into account other schemes, the other two major cellular IOT standards of 3GPP, EMTC and eg-gsm-iot, are completely based on the evolution of Ericsson's scheme, which fully reflects Ericsson's ideas and concepts. For example, in terms of EMTC, Ericsson's proposal is based on 1.4mhz and 200kHz alternative, based on current evolution; The final scheme adopts 1.4mhz, which is based on current evolution and is highly consistent with Ericsson's proposal

more than 40 cellular iots are being tested and built

Ericsson currently has more than 40 networks in more than 30 countries around the world, and is accelerating its development

in 2016, Ericsson deployed cellular IOT in Australia and the United States; In 2017, its coverage expanded rapidly to 30 countries, including China, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Finland, Sweden, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, etc; While meeting the needs of these countries, Ericsson has received invitations from operators in France, the United Kingdom, Canada, Chile, Vietnam, Bangladesh and Myanmar to build cellular IOT in these countries in 2018

looking at the global market, North America is one of the operators that started early in the field of cellular IOT. In this region, Ericsson is an important partner in the construction of at t and Verizon cellular IOT

in October 2016, Ericsson and at t completed the deployment of the world's first EMTC commercial base station. As of May 2017, Ericsson has helped Verizon and at t, the two major operators in North America, complete the commercial deployment of EMTC across the United States, which is also the world's first and largest EMTC networks. Ericsson is its main equipment supplier. In the process of network deployment, benefiting from the smooth upgrading ability of the equipment, Ericsson completed the network deployment in the United States in advance, and the deployment completion time of its responsible area was 2 months ahead of that of another manufacturer. After completing the network deployment in the United States, at t chose Ericsson as its partner to continue the EMTC deployment in Mexico, which is planned to be completed by the end of 2017

actively support the construction of China's three major operators' cellular IOT

in the Chinese market, Ericsson is also very active in supporting the construction of customers' cellular IOT

China Mobile

Ericsson and China Mobile completed the world's first end-to-end NB IOT network demonstration based on Nb IOT technology standards at the Shanghai World Mobile conference at the end of June 2016, marking the rapid convergence of the world's latest cellular IOT technology from standards to products

since 2016, China Mobile has launched the cellular IOT test, in which Ericsson has participated and performed well. Ericsson has successfully completed the laboratory test of China mobile cellular IOT, as well as the 19 station outfield test of Nb IOT/EMTC phase I and the 100 station outfield test of phase II. It is worth mentioning that in the test of China Mobile, Ericsson completed the only different manufacturer iodt test

in order to make the cold and hot shock test box you use have better work efficiency and longer service life, business expansion is the key to the development of Nb IOT. As of July 2017, Ericsson assisted China Mobile to expand 14 cellular IOT businesses in 9 provinces, covering smart factories, smart transportation, smart medicine, smart cities, smart meter reading, automatic antenna detection, smart agriculture, smart buildings Smart appliances and other fields

In terms of cooperation between Chinatelecom and Chinatelecom, Ericsson and Chinatelecom signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on IOT connection management cooperation in July 2016. The two sides will carry out comprehensive cooperation around IOT connection services in the next five years, and provide users with global IOT connection services based on device connection platform (DCP). In June 2017, Chinatelecom and Ericsson launched the open platform of IOT

China Unicom

in terms of cooperation with China Unicom, in June 2017, China Unicom and Ericsson announced that they had successfully realized the first application demonstration of volte function based on thin coiled carbon atoms in EMTC carbon nanotubes in the world

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