Welcome to Rogers 5G Partnership
Advancing 5G innovation in central Canada
In December 2019, Rogers Communications and the University of Waterloo announced a three-year agreement to advance 5G research in the Toronto-Waterloo tech corridor.
The partnership will focus on 5G research in the areas of engineering, network design, applied mathematics and artificial intelligence. Rogers and the University will also build a 5G network on campus that will test network infrastructure, frequencies and applications in a real world Canadian environment.
As part of the partnership, Rogers is a founding partner of the Gateway for Enterprises to Discover Innovation at the University of Waterloo (GEDI), a central place for companies to access the full potential of Waterloo’s research, talent and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
What is 5G?
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- Sep. 1, 2020
- Sep. 1, 2020
This story was first published by GlobeNewswire
Rogers launches 5G Smart Campus at University of Waterloo and advances 5G research
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- June 25, 2020
Rogers hosted their first-ever Rogers 5G Research Summit in June 2020, which brought together experts from Rogers’ 5G university partners, the University of British Columbia (UBC) and University of Waterloo, to share their latest 5G-related insights and learnings.
Three UWaterloo faculty spoke at the Summit:
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