News of Note—Ericsson makes flurry of 5G announcements; Nokia upgrades transport throughput speeds to 25 Gbps

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Ericsson announced a flurry of updates to its 5G roadmap including updates to its core, radio access, transport and service orchestration technologies. Release

> Nokia said an update to its Anyhaul transport portfolio will deliver throughput speeds up to 25 Gbps to base stations. Release

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> The 5G Moto Mod, an attachment that brings 5G capabilities to the Moto Z3 smartphone, has been certified by the FCC. CNET article

> Juniper Networks said it will demonstrate numerous 5G efforts at MWC Barcelona, including multivendor capabilities and new technologies for security, predictive automation, distributed edge cloud and IP transport. Release

> Vodafone UK expanded its 5G pilot by making Manchester Airport the first airport in the country with 5G service. Release

> Radcom said it will showcase a new service assurance portfolio for 5G that will help operators visualize their networks and improve service at MWC Barcelona. Release

> Ceragon Networks announced a new wireless backhaul solution that will be on display at MWC Barcelona. Release

> Telit said it will be one of the first IoT vendors to provide data cards based on Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon X55 5G modem. Release

> Pradeo said it is expanding a joint effort with Samsung to improve security on Samsung mobile devices using the Knox Platform for Enterprise. Release

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