âThe partnership is a fundamental step towards improving the quality of 5G in the Spanish market and creating a strong 5G ecosystem that ensures that the entire development chain of the project – from design to completion execution – has access to the best connectivity and the best 5G devices, âhe added. companies said in a joint statement.
Software developers and publishers will be able to use the 5G network speed to develop new 5G use cases for the consumer and business sector.
Ericsson and Vodafone expect the lab to be used by more than 200 software developers and publishers in the first year alone.
âVodafone 5G Lab aims to become a fundamental co-creation space to develop a new generation of services and applications that our customers will be able to access in the near future. This is a very important step in our strategy to continue to be pioneers and a benchmark in the deployment and use of 5G networks and services in Spain â, said Marta de Pablos, Head of Strategic Marketing for 5G, Vodafone Spain.
The Vodafone 5G Lab is equipped with the new Ericsson Cloud-Native 5G Core and is located at the Vodafone headquarters in Madrid.
âThis collaboration with Vodafone reinforces our commitment to continue to open new avenues to drive the development of businesses and society through the connectivity and technologies that 5G enables,â said IvÃ¡n RejÃ³n, Head of Strategy and Business. marketing for Iberia, Ericsson.