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Ericsson is also establishing a technology centre in Pune with the purpose to increase flexibility and speed in bringing products. Ericsson will produce its ultra-lightweight, Massive MIMO antenna integrated radios AIR 3219 and AIR 3268 in Pune initially to support the 5G deployments.
Tech major Ericsson India on Monday announced the scaling up of its production capacity and operations with its partner Jabil in Pune to meet the needs of 5G network deployment. Apart from expanding operations, this will also generate employment for around 2,000 people in Maharashtra, the company said.
Ericsson is also establishing a technology centre with the purpose of increaseing flexibility and speed in bringing products. The company, in a press release, said that this new expansion will help ensure efficient 5G development and deployment in India.
“The production in India is part of our global production footprint with a presence across continents. This footprint has enabled us to secure a global, flexible, and resilient supply chain to respond quickly to market and customer needs, whereby India also benefits,” said Nunzio Mirtillo, Head of Market Area Southeast Asia of Ericsson.