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A new platform has been designed to help networks evolve towards 5G mobile networking, reports ComputerWeekly.com. The technology, launched by networking equipment and services supplier Ericsson, comprises of a 5G core, radio and transport portfolio, along with digital support systems, transformation services and security. Ericsson has predicted that the next generation of mobile networks will represent a $582bn market opportunity by the end of 2026, with the potential to boost revenues by 34 per cent. Arun Bansal, head of Ericsson’s network products business unit, stated “With this launch, we introduce our 5G platform to support the beginning of a huge change in network capabilities, allowing our customers to offer more advanced use cases and new business models to their customers”, further specifying that “It is an important milestone enabling operators to continue their evolution journey to 5G.”

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