CES 2017: Ericsson To Come With 5G Network Demo

Posted: Dec 9 2016, 3:03pm CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2017: Ericsson to Come with 5G Network Demo
 

5G is the new cellular network to look for

Every other tech giant is moving forward to Consumer Electronics Show 2017 which will be held on 4th January to 7thJanuary 2017. CES has been the hub for many automakers and electronic giants along with new startups to showcase their newest products.

It was seen earlier that many new companies gained immense popularity just on the base that they got a lot of opportunities to showcase their products.

According to the latest and recent reports, Ericsson is going to introduce the latest 5G network technology. The company is supposed to conduct demos of latest technology at the event.

Ericsson had submitted an application earlier on to the FCC in order to seek authorization for an upcoming project. The authorization was labeled as “authorization to conduct an LTE demonstration” for the 2017 Consumers Electronics Show that will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

According to Androidheadlines, the application stated that demonstration will carry out the specific internet of Thing use cases which will be used for radio access network. It will also work on cloud domains.

It is also said that earlier on this year Ericsson also submitted the application for “Special Temporary Authority” in order to conduct demos in CES 2017. It was speculated at that time the technology presented over the event will be focused on 5G cellular network which is looking like a possibility now.

Many companies are currently working on the 5G technology in order to provide the best experience of internet surfing. This technology will allow the users to use more complex cellular level internet with greater ease. Many famous automakers like that of Audi, BMW and Daimler have created a 5G Automotive Association that will work with various cellular networks providers.

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