Ericsson’s 5G Smart Factory in Lewisville (USA)

Project by Ericsson

  • Swedish multinational networking and telecommunications company Ericsson has started its 5G Smart Factory in Lewisville (USA) and produced the first 5G base station.
  • According to sdxcentral Ericsson claimed the factory to be at least 28% more energy efficient than comparable facilities.
  • Ericsson is using its own 5G products in their factory for wireless connectivity to increase production efficiency.

Used tech
5G

Used for
Manufacturing, Smart Factory, Telecommunications, Industry 4.0

Project stage
Live project

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Charles Albright
Head of 5G US Smart factory at Ericsson

We’re excited to produce advanced 5G radio products for our U.S. customers, to meet the demand for next-generation 5G networks across the country. It’s also exciting to use our own 5G products in the factory for wireless connectivity to increase production efficiency. With the first 5G base stations now rolling off the production line, we are on target this year to have the most fully automated, sustainable 5G smart factory in the U.S

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