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BT, Ericsson To Offer 5G Private Network Solutions To Business & Enterprise Customers Across The UK

BT and Ericsson (ERIC) announced a new partnership to provide commercial 5G private networks in the UK. Under the multi-year contract, BT will sell next-generation mobile network technology products to businesses and organizations in sectors such as manufacturing, defense, education, retail, healthcare, transport and logistics.

Ericsson Private 5G is a fit-for-purpose private network solution that provides guaranteed high-performing indoor and outdoor 5G cellular coverage, making it suitable for a range of uses - particularly in environments such as factories, education campuses and other large sites.

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