The mobile operator says this will allow companies to access private and public networks simultaneously.
Called ‘Networks of the Future’, the new programme has a budget of €65 million.
The companies have commenced legal proceedings against the French state at the Administrative Court of Paris.
Ericsson and ABB have teamed up to showcase their contributions to the French Industrial 5G strategy. The guides explain innovative 5G applications, including those deployed at the Ford Motors factory in Spain.
Cellnex will build 5G infrastructure in transport corridors between Portugal, Spain and France.
The French government is supporting research and development (R&D) projects on advanced 5G and future network generations.
Various players including local authorities, universities and mobile operators have received licences.
La Défense in Paris is inviting bids for projects to test 5G in the 26 GHz band.
The two companies conducted the test at the German and French border, as well as the border of Germany and Luxembourg.
Nokia has announced it will be heading the “5G Innov Lab” platform which will serve as a testing ground for 5G industrial use cases.