Cambridgeshire, UK – 14 September 2023
One of 19 projects benefiting from today’s Government announcement of an £88 million investment in innovative open 5G connectivity solutions across the UK, is the Cambridgeshire Open RAN Ecosystem (CORE) project led by Cambridgeshire County Council’s digital connectivity programme Connecting Cambridgeshire and a consortium of partners – AWTG, Benetel, Ontix, Wolfram, University of Surrey and University of Cambridge – who will harness next-generation technology to deliver a multi-vendor 5G Open RAN neutral host platform to improve mobile capacity in high-density data usage locations.
- Government announces £88 million investment in innovative open 5G connectivity solutions across the UK
- Funding awarded to 19 projects through the Open Networks Ecosystem (ONE) competition – designed to demonstrate the feasibility and reliability of technology
Read the full statement on Connecting Cambridge website >> https://www.connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk/2023/09/14/cambridgeshire-set-to-benefit-from-over-9-million-of-investment-to-trial-innovative-5g-technologies/
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