Ericsson has secured a deal with telecom company Mugler to provide private 5G networks for various industries in Germany, adding weight to the country’s ongoing digital transformation ambitions.
The Swedish vendor said it will roll out a network with Mugler following successful collaborations within private campuses targeting sectors such as manufacturing, energy, offshore and processing industries, ports, airports and healthcare.
Ericsson is making big strides in private 5G services, claiming to enable “advanced operations” through automation, flexibility and intelligent connectivity, offering simultaneous LTE and standalone 5G connectivity.
Together with Germany, it is rolling out private 5G in the UK after partnering with BT Group to roll out in many sectors in 2022.
Ericsson said it will work with Mugler on use cases involving the use of digital twins to optimize manufacturing operations, such as asset tracking and real-time automation to improve productivity. Additionally, the network will be used to perform safety inspections via augmented reality and smart surveillance drones, especially in more hazardous environments such as harbors and mines.
Ericsson account director Burkhard Zimmermann said private 5G can be easily integrated into existing corporate networks, transmits sensitive data covertly and meets key requirements for privacy, low latency and availability. I’m here.
“These network capabilities have the potential to digitally transform society by fundamentally rethinking a multitude of sectors.”
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