5G infrastructure

The Last Word: Rep. Marc Veasey on Ericsson’s $50M Additional Investment in Its USA 5G Smart Factory in North Texas

by | Jun 10, 2024
Late last month, Sweden-based Ericsson hosted an event at its USA 5G Smart Factory in the Dallas-Fort Worth suburb of Lewisville. The expanded 300,000-square-foot "highly automated" manufacturing plant employees more than 500 people is "at the forefront of building the next generation of 5G infrastructure in the United States," the company says. To support its mission, Ericsson announced an additional investment of $50 million in the plant on top of an initial $100 million announced in 2020.
Irving-Based Mobile Cell Tower Manufacturer Aims to Build the Infrastructure That Keeps You Connected
by | Jan 13, 2021
A decade after its founding, the company’s customers today include AT&T, Verizon, the U.S. Navy, and Dow Chemical.
AT&T is Ramping Up the Interactive Fan Experience at the Dallas Cowboys’ 5G-Enabled Stadium
by | Nov 18, 2020
AT&T and the Dallas Cowboys are making updates to AT&T Stadium—the first ever to be enabled with 5G—to bring new interactive experiences for Cowboys nation fans in person and at home. That includes virtually posing with the pros, live broadcasted reactions, and AR-powered gameday stats.