Ericsson has announced the opening of its Global Utilities Innovation Center at its facility in Plano, Texas. The new fully functional facility consists of a purpose-built operating lab and demo environment locations that will allow utilities to engage with Ericsson and its partners to solve real-world connectivity challenges.

Read more: Ericsson’s New Platform to Accelerate 4G, 5G Solutions For Utilities

Huawei recently announced its latest inventions that will revolutionize AI, 5G, and user experience. The announcement was made as part of Huawei’s biennial "Top Ten Inventions" Awards at the "Broadening the Innovation Landscape 2022" forum held at its Shenzhen headquarters.

Read more: Huawei’s New Inventions Will Put Middle East at the Forefront of Innovation

Nokia introduced its new Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) Wi-Fi solution and MX Boost for private wireless that leverage the importance of wireless networks in connecting industrial assets for organizations implementing Industry 4.0 use cases and the growing adoption of private 4.9G/LTE and 5G.

Read more: Nokia Unveils New Private Wireless Solutions

Ericsson’s strategy is to be a leader in mobile infrastructure and to establish an enterprise business. To execute on its strategy and growth ambitions while continuing to invest in R&D to maintain its technology leadership, Ericsson announced changes to its group structure and executive team.

Read more: Ericsson’s New Group Structure Takes Effect From June 2022

The new Nokia Cloud Native Communication Suite (CNCS) is a simplified, IMS-based product intended to help communication service providers (CSPs) simplify their network operations, increase operational agility, and decrease the cost of managing their network.

Read more: Nokia Cloud Native Communication Suite Answers Customer Needs

Nokia announced two new software-as-service (SaaS) offerings which help communication service providers (CSPs) and enterprises strengthen their energy efficiency efforts and optimize the management of home devices. This is the latest push by Nokia to provide its customers with faster time-to-value in operating their telecom networks and delivering new services.

Read more: Nokia’s New SaaS Offerings Represent Significant Change for Telcos

In continued efforts to support the growing electric vehicle (EV) segment, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announced a next-generation powerline communication (PLC) device, the QCA7006AQ, designed to address the needs for electric vehicle (EV) charging station communications – also known as electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) – that use global Combined Charging System (CCS). The PLC device is based on Qualcomm Technologies’ market proven QCA700X family of products, which have been widely adopted in EV on-board charging units and charging stations across the globe. The QCA7006AQ is compliant with the Home Plug Green PHY (HPGP) specification, which is the leading specification for implementing Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) systems.

Read more: Qualcomm Reveals Powerline Communication Device for Electric Vehicles

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