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Huawei to plough £5m into UK 5G research centre

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 04 November 14

Chinese vendor works with University of Surrey on next generation of mobile technology; very low latency, IoT integral to U.K.'s vision.

Huawei on Tuesday announced it is contributing £5 million to the development of a 5G test bed at the University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) in the U.K. The facility will take a year to build. The project will be completed in three phases; phase one is due to be up and running by April 2015, and will see researchers work on new technologies and contribute to the development of new standards…

Huawei on Tuesday announced it is contributing £5 million to the development of a 5G test bed at the University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) in the U.K. The facility will take a year to build. The project will be completed in three phases; phase one is due to be up and running by April 2015, and will see researchers work on new technologies and contribute to the development of new standards…

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