Ericsson, DNB Formalise Plans To Work On 5G Advanced

Ericsson and Digital Nasional Berhad has formalised their plans to collaborate on 5G Advanced which delivers a new paradigm of 5G connectivity, that brings significant enhancements to network performance, sustainability and intelligence.

5G Advanced makes it possible to address new applications and use cases, bringing new features and AI-based capabilities to 5G RAN, Core and operations domains.

The parties said the collaboration will focus on enhancing the 5G experience and accelerating digital services for consumers, government and enterprises; including offering on-demand services. This will be done by introducing enhanced radio access network (RAN) functionalities coupled with award-winning AI intent-based operations to build a high-performing network while optimizing user experience.

Ericsson and DNB will collaborate for use cases enabled by end-to-end network slicing, high reliability and low latency features for public events such as live video broadcasting, industrial surveillance and industrial automation applications.

Driving the adoption of 5G for enterprises and Small and Medium Enterprises with new network capabilities and innovation to accelerate growth for Malaysia’s digital economy will be another focus area.

With Advanced Threat Detection, network security and resiliency is another area that will be enhanced to provide next level of cybersecurity, protection of user data and privacy.

The sustainability of the network will continue to be improved with the introduction of new advanced AI capabilities to optimize energy consumption and efficiency for a green network, steering Malaysia towards Net-Zero carbon emissions.

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