Experts from leading 5G research institutions at King’s College London (led by Prof. Mischa Dohler) and the Universities of Surrey (led by Rahim Tafazolli) and Bristol (Dimitra Simeonidou), will be awarded £16m to develop the cutting-edge 5G test network which will see academic expertise and commercial leadership brought together to trial the technology and make sure people and businesses can enjoy the benefits sooner.
Prof. Mischa Dohler from King’s College London to deliver the project. He said:
“The University of Surrey’s 5GIC, University of Bristol and King’s College London are delighted to be delivering this initial project as part of the Government’s new 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme. This investment will ensure that the UK continues to be world-class in 5G innovation and development through to commercial exploitation.”
“This exciting programme builds on significant investment and a strong foundation of 5G research and development across the three institutions. The programme will maintain and extend the UK’s leadership position in the race to transform many aspects of everyday life and business through digital transformation.”
The full press release can be found at gov.uk website here.
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