An innovative new Spanish technology start-up company, Celling 5G, has become the latest collaborator to join the 5TONIC co-creation laboratory in Madrid. The company will immediately begin a new research project to test their break-thru solution for small cell deployment in cooperation with several other 5TONIC members.
The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona saw some fine conference presentations, impressive booths and many companies announcing ‘magical’ developments. But only one presentation on the conference stage involved a 5G wizard.
Ericsson Spain hosts the first plenary meeting of the European program 5G-EVE from February 4th to the 6th. The program currently has twenty-eight partners from seven countries, including four of the main European operators and six vertical
Arturo Azcorra to discuss operator opportunities within Industry 4.0
At next month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, 5TONIC VP Arturo Azcorra has been invited to join a main-stage conference discussion* on how mobile operators can capitalise on their assets and take advantage of opportunities in the field of Industry 4.0.
Officials from the Department of Education and Research of Madrid were given a guided tour of the 5TONIC international 5G co-creation laboratory. These key decision-makers and enablers within Madrid’s education, research and innovation ecosystem were keen to learn about the lab’s current activities to boost technology, entrepreneurship and business innovation ventures.
The 5TONIC co-creation laboratory in Madrid has been confirmed as one of only four European test beds responsible for creating and testing proof-of-concept demonstrations for the EU-backed 5G-Transformer project.
Arturo Azcorra, Vice President of 5TONIC and a Director of IMDEA Networks, was one of the key speakers at at the INTO 2018 International Innovation and Tourism Seminar in Mallorca last month. He took part in a session that looked at the opportunities that 5G technology offers for the innovation and development of new tourist services