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Ericsson extends 5G security collaboration with Canada’s Concordia University

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.

Ericsson modernizes Hydro-Quebec’s network inventory system

  • Ericsson extends partnership with Hydro-Québec on network inventory management system
  • Agreement includes a modernization project using Ericsson’s latest solution, Adaptive Inventory
  •  Project will include the development of new use cases, leading to a more automated and efficient management of network inventory

Ericsson GAIA in Montreal and Mitacs to welcome 80 research interns

Mitacs, in partnership with Ericsson, welcomes 80 research interns to work within the Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator (GAIA) in Montreal, a hub focusing on research and development in artificial intelligence and machine learning. The Canadian hub connects to three others in a global network spanning India, Sweden, and the United States (California).

Over the next three years, graduate student interns from Canadian universities — including, Concordia University, École de technologie supérieure, McGill University, Dalhousie University, University of Toronto, University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan and Université de Moncton — will use artificial intelligence and machine-learning technologies to create data-driven, intelligent, and robust systems, including a 5G network in Canada. For full details, click here.

Canadian drone test uses LTE network to deliver defibrillators (Global)

LTE-enabled delivery of life-saving equipment and emergency medical supplies via beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) drones could see a 17-fold increase in the distance covered compared to current non-mobility-enabled alternatives. That’s just one finding from successful tests driven by health authorities in the Canadian province of Ontario, enabled by Ericsson LTE connectivity.

Börje Ekholm: Canada’s 5G technology corridor a pioneer for digital highways

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