BT and Ericsson ink first commercial 5G private network agreement of its kind in UK

The multi-year deal will enable BT to sell next generation mobile network technology products to a variety of businesses

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BT and Ericsson ink first commercial 5G private network agreement of its kind in UK

Telecommunications and technology giants BT and Ericsson have signed a multi-year contract to provide commercial 5G private networks for the UK market. The deal is the first of its kind in the c...

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