€6m in funding for CogNet

The complex multinational project was officially launched in July.

15th August, 2015
Dr Steven Davy and Robert Mullins at the Waterford Institute of Technology where they are working towards 5G technology

Done deal:€6 million project funding

The Telecommunications, Software and Systems Group (TSSG) at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), in conjunction with a set of partners, has won €6 million in EU funding for its CogNet (Cognitive Networks) project aimed at developing fifth generation (5G) mobile network technology.

CogNet is the only Irish-led project of 15 projects approved and funded under Horizon 2020’s 5G public private partnership programme (5GPPP). The project officially launched...

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