News of Note—Optus signs 5G deal with Ericsson; BSNL contracts with Ciena and more

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Australian carrier Optus has signed a partnership with Ericsson to deploy 50 5G sites across the cities of Sydney and Melbourne. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Australian carrier Optus has signed a partnership with Ericsson to deploy 50 5G sites across the cities of Sydney and Melbourne over the coming months as part of Optus’ multivendor rollout. RCR News article

> Indian state-owned operator BSNL has contracted Ciena to prepare its network for the introduction of 5G. Telecomasia.net article

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