In the world of telecommunications today, and particularly in the somewhat chaotic domain of 5G, the term “Network slicing” is thrown around a lot. It seems important. It’s mentioned by all the big standardizing bodies, and often named as a cornerstone of future telecoms. It’s also ... read more
Apis IP-Solutions has delivered technical trainings to mobile operators, equipment vendors, service providers, regulators, consultants and others since 1994. Today our course portfolio covers everything from 2G to 5G and from general datacom/IP to cloud, virtualization, SDN and NFV.
Classroom courses are the classic format where trainer and students gather in a conference room somewhere. We offer public classroom courses that are open for anyone to attend and also in-house courses for a specificread more
Virtual classroom courses are streamed live from our studio over the Internet, allowing for students to interact in real-time with the trainer – but without anyone spending time and cost for travelling.read more
Recorded courses are pre-recorded in our studio and streamed over the Internet, allowing a student to take the course anywhere and anytime and at the student’s own schedule and convenience.read more
Let us introduce you to our Apis Team! We are pleased to introduce a trainer, a sales person and another person to you. Every two weeks we will change the 3 team members so you can have a different look at who works for us here. The team members are based all over the world. Maybe you have met one of our trainers in a training you have participated in. You’ll find the LinkedIn profile of the team under the photo, so you can connect and keep in touch!
Elin GustafssonChief Financial Officer
Sören JohanssonProduct Manager & Senior Technical Trainer
Alexis AtterbergRegional Sales Manager
Do You Really Think Everyone Around You Knows What 5G Is? Do you know exactly what 5G is? I mean, what it really is? Most sane persons should answer “probably not” to this question. But there is help to be found, here at Apis IP-Solutions. Because a while ago, we didn’t know either! Is it a ... read more
Should we call SIM cards SIM cards? In my role as a technical trainer I get to meet lots of telecom engineers from a great number of companies, and have noticed a very widespread misuse of certain terms – like, for example, using “LTE” for the E-UTRAN/EPS 4/4.5G systems… ... read more
We operate globally and our clients reside in all parts of the world. We work with more than 300 mobile operators and telecom companies in over 80 countries.