The short answer is yes, but we need to dig deeper to find out more about this exciting enterprise.
Ericsson is building a new 5G factory as early as next year. What will set this factory apart from others they have is it will be a fully-automated system.
We asked where the company is going to be located. They could not get back to us about this information, as of yet, but we will keep pressing to find out more.
"This is good for the economy, all the way around. We are providing a service to those in need, whether it is radio or a job. Yes, automation is taking over, but that does not mean someone should lose their job because of that."
"We have issues that we have to work out. Security is one of the issues. We are well aware of the security problems. We are planning multiple inspections before the factor is open and the people get to work. We will even conduct these inspections long after the factory is open. The issue of security is one of our highest priorities. We cannot stop everything, but we will try to reduce the impact as much as we can."
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