Ericsson to increase US investment ahead of 5G

Ericsson has stated that it is upping its investment in the United States digital communications market to support the “accelerated build out of 5G” in the country.

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Two-way radio distributors and dealers need to persuade customers that their business is the one to work with, so a well-conceived marketing strategy is all-important, as James Atkinson finds out

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