Ericsson’s latest report about the business potential of 5G focuses on eight key global industries, including: manufacturing, public safety, financial services, healthcare, automotive, public transport, media and entertainment, and energy and utilities. Ericsson sees a revenue potential of $582 billion by 2026 for telecom operators who address industry digitalization. Capturing this market potential requires investment in 5G technology, but also business development, go-to-market models, and organizational adaptation. The journey to 5G has already begun with IoT and tech like GigabitLTE and network slicing enabling new services and revenue streams.
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