Vendors and Partnerships: Connecting the World With Advanced Telecom Solutions

Vendor/Partner – Client, Country – Product/Service (Duration & Value)

ACL Digital and Lekha Wireless have joined forces to provide wireless connectivity solutions, targeting 5G business opportunities in the telecom and enterprise verticals.

Adtran and 123NET have partnered to deliver high-speed connectivity across Michigan, utilizing Adtran’s Mosaic software platform.

Titan Telecoms has adopted the FSP 3000 OLS and FSP 3000 TeraFlex open terminal, enabling a flexible optical backbone network.

AIS, Qualcomm Technologies, and ZTE are collaborating to complete the 5G mmWave SA technology trial at the AZ center in Bangkok.

Amdocs is supporting Bell Canada’s digital transformation by moving essential applications to the cloud, aiming for an enriched customer experience.

Globe has selected Amdocs to improve its cloud business, enhancing customer experience.

AMNStarlink has announced a backhaul agreement with Starlink to connect millions across Africa.

Ansys is enabling Flexium’s 5G mmWave antenna module designs to advance ADAS/AV technology.

TMYTEK has adopted Ansys simulation software to improve performance, efficiency, and quality of AiP designs through design verification.

Aqua Comms has completed the Amitié subsea cable system, directly connecting Boston to Europe and Bordeaux to North America.

Elettra, Medusa, and Orange have begun the construction contract for the Medusa Submarine Cable System in the Mediterranean Sea.

Baicells and Alef Sky Packets have partnered to offer a solution program to connect unserved communities.

Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has selected Beyond Now for the digital transformation of its B2B business support systems (BSS).

Bluewave Technology has acquired OnCall Telecom to expand its technical proficiency and operational capabilities along the East Coast.

BT Group and Ericsson have showcased the transmission of 5G services in a wideband FDD radio carrier within a sub-3 GHz spectrum band.

BT Group and Nokia have demonstrated new network capabilities to meet future consumer demand.

BT Wholesale and Spitfire Network Services have announced a full mobile virtual network operator agreement to offer improved connectivity and better security.

C-DOT, along with Lekha Wireless, Signaltron, Sooktha Consulting, and Resonous Technologies, has signed a consortium agreement for the collaborative development of a disaggregated 5G radio access network solution.

Celcom, Digi, Huawei, and ZTE have formed a partnership for a nationwide network integration and modernization project.

Manx Telecom has upgraded to Cerillion new release, benefiting from open standards-based software.

China Mobile and ZTE have partnered to safeguard Kekexili, connecting uninhabited regions with 5G technology.

China Mobile and ZTE have also entered into a deal to verify 5G-A RIS application for the Asian Games, improving network guarantee.

Cienacenter3, a subsidiary of stc Group, has chosen Ciena’s solutions and technologies for its fibre pairs on the new submarine network 2Africa.

Cisco, Qwilt, and Vodafone have formed a partnership to deploy open caching, improving streaming services across Europe and Africa.

Connect44 has acquired AMG Engineering to enhance network plan-build-manage across Europe.

Cox Communications has completed the acquisition of Unite Private Networks (UPN) to boost growth across commercial fibre solutions.

Cybeats and an unnamed European telecom and network operator have entered into a pilot evaluation agreement for the SBOM Studio platform.

Deutsche Telekom and MIRA GmbH have launched a pilot project for teleoperated driving, testing a shuttle service with teleoperated operation in Bonn.

DISH Network and EchoStar have entered into a definitive agreement for DISH Network to combine with EchoStar in an all-stock merger.

EIB and Cellnex have signed a €315 million loan to support 5G infrastructure rollout and the European digital transition.

Element8 has made an investment in Wisper to boost its commitment to expanding broadband access across the US.

Elisa and Wind River have deployed a fully automated edge data centre for commercial service.

PLDT and Radius Telecoms have formed a partnership to strengthen its telco ecosystem in its upcoming VITRO Sta. Rosa (VSR) data centre.

Ericsson has collaborated with AWS and Hitachi America R&D to facilitate a trial of private 5G infrastructure.

Ericsson and Huawei have renewed their multi-year global patent cross-licensing agreement that covers patents essential to standards relevant to the companies.

Ericsson and Intel are collaborating to advance optimized 5G infrastructure.

Ericsson and MediaTek have achieved 565Mbps in 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) uplink performance trials and are collaborating to boost 5G use cases with the RedCap solution.

Movistar utilizes Ericsson’s 5G standalone technology to power its advanced network, activating 5G standalone in 11 cities.

O2 Telefónica has implemented cloud RAN for 5G in Europe’s mobile network.

Ericsson is supporting Orange Jordan by implementing a cloud-native dual-mode 5G core and 5G charging solutions to support its core network infrastructure.

Ericsson and Swisscom have completed the first-time deployment of the Radio Dot System’s new fiber-extended reach feature.

Ericsson and Telkomsel have announced a renewed partnership to grow and expand their existing 4G and 5G networks footprint in Indonesia.

Ericsson and Telstra have launched Ericsson’s cloud RAN infrastructure on Telstra’s 5G commercial network and conducted a VoNR call with a new RedCap software feature.

Ericsson and TPG Telecom have announced a multi-year agreement and will partner for an AI-powered network performance solution.

Ericsson and Vodafone have commenced the deployment of Ericsson’s single antenna technology in the UK to promote 5G rollout.

In collaboration with Vodafone Ireland, Ericsson has completed a live 5G standalone network slicing trial for cloud-gaming and installed a 5G standalone mobile private network (MPN) solution for the Irish rugby team to supply fast in-play data analysis.

Optus has partnered with Ericsson and Red Hat to announce Australia’s initial over-the-air data-call using Ericsson’s pre-commercial RedCap software on Optus’ 5G network.

Etisalat Academy by e&Earthlink has established the EarthLink Academy in collaboration with IFS, covering telecom and fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network systems.

Eutelsat has signed a new agreement with Thaicom subsidiary, Space Tech Innovation Limited (STI), to lease half the capacity on a new software-defined satellite over Asia to increase its service.

Evo-rail, Alstom, and Nomad Digital have partnered to deliver core rail-5G mmWave radio technology to Caltrain to provide faster and more reliable Wi-Fi service.

The FCC has validated Telesat’s Phase II certification of accelerated C-band clearing activities in the 3.7 GHz band.

Federated Wireless and Carahsoft have partnered to offer 5G-based private wireless solutions to the public sector.

FICO and LigaData have brought advanced decision management and optimization tools to telecommunications firms.

Fujitsu and NEC have entered into a deal to improve the efficiency of base station interoperability testing for the post-5G era.

Future Connections and Budget Thuis have signed a three-year contract for the provision of telecom in-home services in the Netherlands.

The GSMA and the European Space Agency are collaborating to develop satellite and terrestrial network technologies, boosting the mobile and satellite network industries.

Heraeus Comvance has acquired manufacturing draw towers and facility from OFS Fitel in Denmark, to produce telecommunication fibers and supply the EMEA market.

HPE and Globe Telecom have showcased private 5G SA networks in the Philippines as an alternative or complementary solution to Wi-Fi and public mobile technologies.

IFS and Tele2 have signed a deal that enables Tele2 to make further improvements to its core operations and enhance possibilities within its 5G offering.

Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (Indosat) and e& (Etisalat) have entered into a partnership to provide international communication services to Indosat customers.

Infinera and LightRiver have completed a multi-vendor interoperability demonstration using new pluggable solutions.

Cablenet in Cyprus has deployed Infovista’s Ativa solution to improve customer experience across its fixed and mobile networks.

IP Infusion and Pine Networks have deployed the OcNOS network OS to provide advanced network solutions.