EU-Taiwan Joint 6G SNS Workshop
The 5G CONNI consortium presented the results of three years of work at the EU-Taiwan Joint 6G SNS Workshop held in Taipei with an invited talk by Thomas Haustein (Fraunhofer HHI) and a demonstration by ITRI.
Athonet Uptime 2022
On January 26th-27th, UPTIME, the global event hosted in the evocative setting of Villa Griffone, home of Guglielmo Marconi and cradle of wireless communications, brought together an audience of around 1000 Private 5G and LTE professionals.
The event consisted of two days of meetings and conferences, broadcast live on web stream, to deepen and discuss the scenarios and opportunities of the 5G universe: the technology that revolutionizes the way we live, communicate, and do business.
Participants had the opportunity to listen to the speeches of the 45 speakers and ask them questions to learn about the challenges, the main business cases, and all the news of the Private 5G world.
A dedicated presentation focused on 5G-PPP projects, including 5G CONNI.
UPTIME is an event organized by Athonet, a worldwide corporate with 15+ years of experience in delivering fully supported 4G, and now 5G, Core solutions for business-critical Enterprises and CSPs scaling up their networks.
For all information on the event and to have access to videos and presentations: https://uptime.athonet.com/
Workshop on Terahertz Channels and Systems
5G CONNI partner Fraunhofer HHI is organizing the Workshop on Terahertz Channels and Systems in collaboration with 5G mmW Channel Model Alliance, IEEE VT-S Propagation Committee and IEEE SA P2982. In line with one of the project's focus areas, the workshop will be focusing on latest results in the field of radio propagation research at Terahertz frequencies. Participation in the workshop is free of charge and open to anyone. For more information and registration instructions, visit https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/268030
Workshop on Millimetre-Wave Channels and Systems – The Industrial Internet of Things
5G CONNI partner Fraunhofer HHI is organizing the 4th Workshop on Millimetre-Wave Channels and Systems in collaboration with 5G mmW Channel Model Alliance and IEEE VT-S Propagation Committee. In line with one of the project's focus areas, the workshop will be focusing on latest results in the field of radio propagation research for industrial environments. Participation in the workshop is free of charge and open to anyone. For more information and registration instructions, visit https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/247778.
Free-to-access Open 5G Core by Athonet
On September 8, 2020, our project partner Athonet announced the launch of an open 5G core network platform which allows anybody, anywhere, to bring up a 5G network for free by simply connecting a radio access network to Amazon Web Services over an Internet connection. One of the main challenges for many operators, enterprises, radio and device manufacturers is to have a 5G SA core network which is ready to use and test it out. To solve this problem, Athonet, which is an AWS Technology Partner, has created a free-to-use SaaS environment for radio, chipset, device or end-user partners to use a 5G test environment on demand. For more info, visit http://www.open5g.cloud/.
IEEE Globecom Workshop on Future Wireless Access for Industrial IoT
The 5G CONNI consortium is organizing the 2nd IEEE Globecom Workshop on Future Wireless Access for Industrial IoT (FutureIIoT) in cooperation with Nokia Bell Labs. The workshop provides a platform for the timely exchange of research, findings and challenges encountered in building a practical Industrial Internet of Things. It seeks to encourage interdisciplinary discussion in order to help maintain a high relevance in IIoT related research activities.
It will be held during IEEE Globecom 2020 in Taipei, Taiwan, on December 7, 2020.
For more information visit https://globecom2020.ieee-globecom.org/workshop/ws-02-future-wireless-access-industrial-iot-futureiiot-enabling-industry-40-revolution.
Kickoff Meeting at Fraunhofer HHI
During this two-day meeting held at Fraunhofer HHI, Berlin, the nine 5G CONNI partners gathered to kick off the 36 months work phase of the project. In multiple workshop sessions, the roadmap for the next three years was defined, starting with the identification of demonstrator use cases and the definition of an architectural framework.
Official Project Announcement at EU-TW 5G / Beyond 5G Workshop
The 5G CONNI project was officially announced to a broader audience from industry and academia during the joint EU-Taiwan 5G / Beyond 5G Workshop in Taipei. Hosted by the 5G Program Office of the Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs in cooperation with DG CONNECT, the workshop featured a diverse agenda covering future research topics fort he evolution beyond 5G. Dr. Shawkang Wu (ITRI) gave an overview oft he 5G CONNI project and ist value proposition for industries moving towards 5G-based wireless networking.