As it was pointed out, the center will focus on network virtualization and 5G networks developed on cloud technology, which will strengthen the global 5G ecosystem, relying on Ericsson’s existing cooperation with Serbian mobile operators.
The announcement of the opening of the Center marks the 25th anniversary of Ericsson’s business in Serbia, and was announced during a discussion on “5G for Development and Innovation in Serbia”, organized by Swedish Ambassador to Serbia Jan Lundin, on the occasion of a visit by a Swedish parliamentary delegation led by Parliament Speaker Andreas Norlen.
The meeting was attended, among others, by representatives of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications of Serbia, the Ministry of Interior, Serbian mobile operators and the director of Ericsson for Serbia Antonio Pasarella.
It was pointed out that the DSSD center of the company Erikson in Serbia has already hired more than twenty local professionals and continues the search for staff among students of various disciplines.
The opening of the center in Serbia, as stated, relies on the strategic partnerships that Ericsson has established over more than a decade with leading faculties across the country.
With the transition to 5G, mobile networks are expected to support a much wider range of services and more data than before, with a greater degree of intelligence, virtualization and automation.
Ericsson’s DSSD center will operate at the heart of this network evolution towards 5G technology, which will provide intelligent solutions for people, companies and society locally and globally and provide telecom operators with new sources of revenue as well as new forms of collaboration with companies and outstanding end.user experiences. users.
It was specified that the new employees in the DSSD exchange will work on the most advanced, state.of.the.art technologies for 5G networks such as virtualization of network functions, applications and infrastructure developed on cloud technology, network automation and artificial intelligence for Ericsson clients not only in Serbia but also throughout Europe and Latin America.
Ericsson’s director for Serbia, Antonio Pasarela, said that 5G technology is a unique platform for open innovation that is expected to boost the Serbian economy and global competitiveness.
“It can contribute to attracting more long.term investments in the country and be an additional driving force for our country’s increasingly developed digital economy. The DSSD center is arriving at the right time because it will play a key role in accelerating the adoption of 5G technology in Serbia and beyond.” , he said, adding that it is another confirmation of the company’s long.term commitment and continuous investment in supporting young staff and spreading digital skills.