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Why only digital service providers will reap the full potential of 5G

Digital leaders like Netflix, Google, Alibaba etc. are setting a new benchmark for how consumers and enterprises engage through digital ways and channels. Digital is becoming the norm and telco’s feel they desperately need to catch up. Today most operators have initiated digital transformation programs to move from a pure connectivity service provider to a digital service provider.

Ericsson Revenue Manager monetizing new business models

Following on from my colleague's blog post last week about the way in which digital connectivity is enabling new business models for 5G, I want to talk about the challenges of making that happen in the business support systems (BSS).

Turning network slicing into a piece of cake in commercial networks

Network slicing represents a major innovation for mobile network platforms. For the business expansion beyond consumer mobile broadband for 4G and 5G. Up until now dominated by a “one slice fits all” model for unlimited data connectivity. And this post is about the role-tailored, optimized slices of network capacity and capabilities can play in the future when combined with business model innovations.

Digital connectivity enabling new business models for 5G

Now is the time to evolve the business toward platform business models in order to provide network capabilities that support the digital transformation underway in most businesses and industries. Already today, we have a powerful technology foundation in place, and this will become even stronger with 5G.

Innovations in telecom: Our top 10 highlights from Digital Transformation World

I'm reflecting today on last week's event, where Ericsson together with industry peers participated at Digital Transformation World—previously known as TMForumLive. Whilst we started out our week with out of ordinary cold temps and rainfall—nothing was going to stop our Ericsson team from keeping visitors engaged and interested in what we had to offer to this year’s Digital Transformation World program.

5G service charging in minutes

In a recent blog post we gave an example of how to monetize 5G network slicing today. But, as we all know, one of the key issues is how quickly the business support systems (BSS) can be adapted to handle any new service.

Ericsson prepares for Digital Transformation World

Every year at this time, I await the coming of warmer days and anticipate my favorite industry event nestled in Nice, France, in the beautiful Cote d’Azur. For as long as I can remember, it's been the hub of the event most telecom industry peers and colleagues have known as “TMForum Live.” With this year’s event being officially renamed Digital Transformation World, I am eager to see what other changes have come to this great venue.

How to monetize 5G with network slicing

Network slicing is one of the hottest topics in the telecoms industry and is highlighted in the trending industry topics on our website. However, it is not enough to just have the network capability: telecoms operators need to be able to monetize network slicing. The time-to-market for a new capability is often very dependent on how quickly the business support systems (BSS) can support it.

Ericsson BSS empowers Telco’s to meet today's fast paced market forces

Dez Blanchfield talks on camera with Jan Karlsson, Acting Head of Business Area Ericsson Digital Services and Head of Digital Business Support Systems ( BSS ) about how Ericsson BSS is empowering Telco’s to meet today's fast paced market forces.

Capture new business opportunities with Ericsson Revenue Manager

As enterprises are becoming more digitalized, making use of cloud/NFV, IoT and 5G, enterprise digital services offer a significant potential for operators to capture new revenues. For operators that aim to become service enablers or service creators the only way to go will be together with partners and through different ecosystems. That requires openness in ways of working and enabling solutions and platforms that lets you easily partner with third-party by securely exposing assets and APIs to various players in the ecosystem.

Telco strategy for making the industry attractive to ecosystem partners

At this moment, Telecom service providers are making strategic choices and investments to safeguard their future relevance - finding new revenues in new industrial contexts. 5G promises a range of new capabilities that will boost relevance and foster new partnerships between Telecom and other industries. However, installing 5G technology alone will not be enough. Read more below.