The Ericsson mMIMO architecture is designed to put the highest possible beamforming and MIMO processing in the radio’s Advanced Antenna System (AAS) itself, close to the antennas and radio channel to have real-time and fine granular information about the radio channel. The fronthaul bitrate from the Radio Access Network (RAN) to the baseband (RAN Compute) is reduced with this architecture.
Ericsson, the overall leader in massive MIMO platforms, offers a wide range of product portfolios and solutions to ease installation and accelerate 5G rollouts. Its mMIMO portfolio spans from 16T16R to 64T64R, including passive and active hybrid and interleaved solutions.
Across the globe, enterprise digitization has picked up rapidly in the last few years. Enterprises across all different verticals (including for example healthcare facilities and manufacturing establishments) continue to demand higher quality connectivity. Real estate managers and building owners see the need for higher capacity to satisfy an ever-growing demand for bandwidth as well as high availability of reliable connectivity to support other business-critical applications. To understand key developments within the real estate market, telco infrastructure vendor Ericsson and tech consultancy ABI Research have surveyed a total of 195 respondents (real estate owners, building managers and commercial executives within Communication Service Providers (CSP) across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Northeast Asia.