A recent article published in IEEE Intelligent Systems highlights the requirements the IoT will place on search engines and brings together the latest research being carried out in this field.
Huawei Technologies Co, China's leading smartphone and equipment maker, made big inroads into Europe by tying up with world-class universities in the United Kingdom that have been leading the way with innovation for decades. The China post writes about what impact their investment has on the industry.
Huawei Technologies Co have invested with world-class universities close to 10 million pounds in the UK.
The University of Surrey’s 5GIC (part of the Institute for Communications Systems) has – for the first time worldwide – produced a full demonstration of its FDC, which points to a significant reduction in deployment, optimisation and upgrade costs for network operators.
The 5GIC has been highlighted in a recent article on SDX Central looking at the top five world-wide institutions building 5G technology.
Multiple Access Communications Limited (MAC Ltd) – a consulting and product development company specialising in mobile radio communications – has become a member of the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) based at the University of Surrey. The company joins a growing number of industrial partners working with the 5GIC’s leading academics to develop the next generation of mobile and wireless communications.
“Studying something as novel as advanced 5G communications – particularly at Surrey with its leading research centre in this field – has been a thrilling experience.”
“I was attracted by the University’s passion and attitude, and this has continued to impress me.”
The 5G Innovation Centre brings together leading academic experts and key industry partners, including Telefonica, Vodafone, regional SMEs and the EM3 Local Enterprise Partnership.
Lime Microsystems, (Guildford, UK) a leading supplier of Field Programmable RF Transceiver (FPRF) ICs has joined the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) at the University of Surrey.