Ericsson has announced a three-year agreement with Advanced Communications and Electronics Systems (ACES), an international neutral host provider. The agreement will enable ACES to provide Ericsson indoor products to communications service providers and cater to the growing demands for enhanced 5G network connectivity in Saudi Arabia. 

This agreement will establish a neutral host ecosystem, supporting CSPs in enhancing their indoor 5G coverage with flexibility and ease of operation and maintenance. It will contribute to the footprint expansion of indoor 5G networks across the country. By deploying Ericsson’s Radio Dot System, CSPs can deliver high-performing 5G connectivity to users in large locations such as airports, hotels, hospitals, stadiums, and shopping malls. 

One of the key activations as a result of this agreement is enhancing the 5G indoor connectivity at an international airport in the Kingdom that welcomes millions of visitors regularly. To date, the Ericsson Radio Dot System has been deployed in more than 115 countries around the world in high-traffic indoor venues. 

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