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OCT 19 2022

Ubiwhere is driving innovation in the future of Beyond 5G


The discussion on the future of 5G ecosystems and 6G research starts NOW! With some new projects, the telecommunications sector is setting the stage for making 6G a reality. After leaving its mark on 5G networks, Ubiwhere will be part of three of these innovative projects while continuing to design the future of telecommunications.

With the purpose of providing next-generation services to its citizens and economies, Europe is investing heavily in the future of telecommunication networks, having created an alliance composed of telecommunication experts, the Smart Networks and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU), whose goal is to ensure Europe’s industrial leadership in Beyond 5G. This alliance has just selected its first research, innovation and trial projects.

From these resulted 3 new projects in which Ubiwhere takes part: two projects on the topic of Research for revolutionary technology advancement towards 6G, ETHER and Hexa-X-II and one on the topic Large-Scale SNS Trials and Pilots, IMAGINE-B5G.

Rui A. Costa, Ubiwhere’s Co-CEO, is quite excited to have ‘Ubiwhere involved in such ground-breaking projects, once again showcasing its relevance in the discussion of the future of telecommunications and demonstrating the quality of our work in such fields’.

Through ETHER and Hexa-X-II, Ubiwhere will focus on new and innovative technologies that are expected to become a reality in commercial networks soon. At the same time, with IMAGINE-B5G, Ubiwhere will explore a specific application, showcasing how to incorporate key enabler technologies for 6G in a vertical sector.

Furthermore, Rui states, ‘We are thrilled to be part of these projects that assemble the Telecommunications Industry players, working with renowned companies, sharing these experiences in favour of something bigger’.

Along with Ubiwhere, these consortiums include big names in the Telecommunications sector, such as Ericsson, Nokia, Siemens, Orange and Apple, the American technology company participating for the first time in European Union projects.