UK to open 35M 5G centre

09 OCT 2012

The University of Surrey in the UK has been awarded a £35 million grant to set up a research centre aimed at supporting the development of 5th Generation cellular communications. An official statement notes that the 5G Centre “will provide real-time experimental facilities to underpin the development of new mobile broadband internet products and services.” The statement does not disclose the specific identities of the industry consortium working on the project, stating only that it includes “many of the mobile communications global industry leaders.”

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