Ericsson Gets Approval for 5G in Romania

Ericsson Gets Approval for 5G in Romania

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Ericsson got the green light to provide 5G network equipment to mobile operators in Romania. A couple of weeks ago, Nokia was effectively banned from the market.

The Supreme Council of National Defence (CSAT) had cleared Swedish vendor to pitch for commercial 5G networks, confirming a report by a local news site that stated the decision was revealed in the Official Gazette. Romania’s government told Nokia in February was not authorized to provide 5G infrastructure. The government banned Huawei and other Chinese vendors from the 5G market in 2021.

CSAT had approved telecoms and IT contractor Starc4Sys, security and alarms specialist Compania de Paza, and IT systems provider Concept Electronics for participation in 5G networks. In addition, the local operation of Juniper Networks received the green light for 5G equipment supplies.

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