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Ericsson Boosts US Investments In 5G R&D And Manufacturing

3 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Ericsson has announced that it will increase its investments in research and development and product introduction of 5G network equipment in the United States. The telecommunications equipment supplier claims that these investments should allow the company to better support the accelerated build-out of 5G networks across the country. Starting late last year, Ericsson has started opening research and development facilities in the United States that focus on the tech firm's 5G products. The company established its Austin ASIC Design Center, which concentrates on the development of core...
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