Ericsson tops Frost Radar's Global 5G Network Infrastructure Market ranking

May 30, 2022 | 19:28
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Ericsson has been ranked the leader in the Frost Radar 5G Network Infrastructure Market 2021 report for the second consecutive year, showcasing the company’s ability to scale its innovations and growth in the field consistently from 2G to 5G.
Ericsson tops Frost Radar's Global 5G Network Infrastructure Market ranking

Denis Brunetti, head of Ericsson in Vietnam and Myanmar said, “The Frost Rada report recognises Ericsson’s investments in technology leadership for customers’ benefit. By focusing on constant innovation and 5G portfolio development, Ericsson aims to stay ahead of the curve and provide customers with solutions they need for building the future networks.”

The Frost Radar independently evaluates companies with a significant influence on the market in a particular industry. As highlighted in the Frost Radar methodology, the innovation and growth scores are used to rate a company’s focus on continuous innovation and ability to translate the innovations into consistent growth.

The report plots top industry participants, standing out among companies positioned as the overall market leaders, leaders in a market segment, and thought leaders in certain segments.

Commenting on Ericsson’s top result by the growth index, Troy Morley, the author of the report said, “Ericsson has spent the past few years adjusting its overall strategy to focus on profitability. The company has indicated that its strategy has been successful, even with the challenges brought by the pandemic. As a leader in the 4G infrastructure market, Ericsson enters the 5G market with a large customer base. The company has done an excellent job keeping its current customers and adding new ones.”

Ericsson’s 5G network infrastructure portfolio comprises 5G RAN, dual-mode 5G Core, and 5G Transport that address all aspects of 5G deployment – from providing low latency and higher bandwidth to ensuring instant response times for users and the future readiness of the network.

Ericsson’s 5G network offering also includes Ericsson Radio System, 5G Carrier Aggregation, Ericsson Spectrum Sharing, network slicing, service automation, and 5G monetisation.

In related news announced in March, Ericsson was also named a leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for 5G Network Infrastructure for Communications Service Providers report.

By Bich Thuy

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