Huawei and Ericsson will be the 5G technology providers in Brazil

5G technology Brazil

According to the company TIM Brasil, Huawei and Ericsson will be in charge of providing 5G technology in the country

Despite the problems you face Huawei In the United States, it seems that he has a new opportunity. Since it was announced that he would be in charge of provide technology in Brazil.

I would not do it alone as I would work together with Ericsson, as confirmed by the company TIM Brazil. Pietro Labriola, CEO of the company, celebrated that these two companies could participate in the technological development of the country.

Huawei and Ericsson

According to Labriola the arrival of Huawei and Ericsson it won’t speed things up. Since they want the Brazil’s technological advance be at slow but safe steps.

“We are not going to skip steps. We don’t want to be the first to have a 5G antenna. We are not going to anticipate anything to be the first just for marketing “

TIM Brasil does not want to rush to install 5G technology

TIM Brazil seeks that the country has 5G technology quality. Regardless of whether they have to wait longer to get it.

At the moment the company does not want to make any kind of projection about this new network and the participation of Huawei and Ericsson. Since they want to go step by step.

Alberto Grizelli, CRO of TIM Brasil, stressed that it is still too early to have the prices of 5G technology.

“It is too early to have a definition on the prices of 5G plans. The real 5G and not the marketing one, as we have been talking about for a while “


With the presence of Huawei and Ericsson in Brazil It is estimated that millions of users will benefit. Since they will be able to count on the benefits of 5G technology, because they will be able to have state-of-the-art communications.

Companies must work to deploy 5G technology in large cities in Brazil before July 2022.

Although some experts point out that it is a short period of time, Huawei and Ericsson will have to rush the deadlines to install all 5G networks in the South American country.

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