Elisa launches corporate subscriptions for 5G SA, fixed and mobile – Mobile Europe

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The operator describes the move as reflecting “a time of change for mobile working in corporates”

From June, Finland’s Elisa will offer businesses and other organisations mobile broadband and mobile phone services on its 5G Standalone (SA) network.

For wireless data, companies can opt for a 5G SA fixed wireless access that operates through an external router and network slicing, with a 5G SA dongle for mobile working. From autumn, companies will also be offered 5G SA networks running on network slices

Petteri Svensson, Director of Mobile Business within Elisa’s Corporate Business division, says, “We have mapped out Finnish companies’ needs for the way they use their subscriptions, and many companies already require more stable connections. At Elisa, we believe it’s important to be a pioneer – and one that our customers can trust to always provide them with the best possible technologies to use with our particularly high-quality network connections.”

AI will be part of mobile work 

Elisa says that the rapid adoption of AI and the use of automation in various mobile solutions will demand better connectivity. Svensson notes, “Devices are steadily getting new capabilities that require more and more bandwidth.…When you can use a device to help you search for product information, place orders and manage customer contacts smoothly by using AI alongside the physical work, it makes the work more efficient and improves the customer’s experience.”

He adds, “Better connections offer new ways of working. For example…where there is a shortage of skilled workers, specialised skills in high demand can be concentrated and utilised practically with advanced mobile tools…maintenance personnel can use augmented reality apps or devices while in the field and receive instructions in real time from a centralised control centre.”

Elisa was the first in Finland to offer 5G SA mobile phone subscriptions in February. It is adding a mobile broadband service that run on 5G SA this month. 5G SA phone subscriptions have up to 50% less delay, and the batteries of devices connected to a standalone 5G network last up to 20% longer.

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