TekSavvy Solutions Inc. announced today that it has partnered with Ericsson to upgrade and expand TekSavvy’s existing rural Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) network and services using Ericsson Radio System radio, transport and Cloud Core network technology.
This partnership, the first between Ericsson and TekSavvy, will provide several rural communities within the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, as well as Elgin, Lambton and Middlesex counties with best-in-class broadband solutions leveraging Ericsson’s products and services.
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In a groundbreaking trial in Canada’s Renfrew County, rural emergency services recently pitted cellular drones against ambulances. However, there was a twist: the drone’s operators were 4000 KM away in Vancouver. What happened next? Find out here.
Ericsson has extended a 5G security partnership with Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, through a new industrial research chair awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), the Canadian federal funding agency.