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“Adding satellites to existing terrestrial 5G infrastructure is essential to ensure a reliable and safe telecommunications network that supports such connectivity which in turn promotes a seamless and more environmentally friendly experience. Investing in space improves life on Earth.”
A Bill that would give the Government greater powers to shut out high-risk vendors from the UK’s telecoms infrastructure will be laid before Parliament on Tuesday.
The Telecommunications (Security) Bill would create national security powers capable of imposing controls on when – if at all – a telecoms firm could use material supplied by companies such as Huawei.
Ericsson has completed its $1bn acquisition of wireless network company Cradlepoint in an all-cash deal.
The Swedish networking and telecommunications technology powerhouse announced its intent to purchase US-based Cradlepoint, which primarily sells 3G/4G/LTE routers and modems to service providers and enterprises needing private networks, in September.
Ericsson has signed a deal with BT to supply equipment for its 5G network in major cities across the UK, as the telecommunications giant continues to shift away from Huawei.
The Swedish firm’s kit is expected to manage around 50% of total 5G traffic for BT and its main mobile brand, EE.