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?

For more infomation, visit the Rogers 5G page.

  1. June 24, 2021University of Waterloo launches Canada’s first driverless, autonomous 5G shuttle

    Shuttle to operate remotely over Rogers 5G network thanks to one of several key research partnerships

    The University of Waterloo is showcasing the operation of a driverless, autonomous shuttle research program that will transport students and staff around campus.

  2. Jan. 26, 2021University of Waterloo and Rogers 5G Collaboration - RogersTV interviews

    The University of Waterloo has partnered with Rogers Communications to create the country’s fastest, most reliable 5G network. With this new series introduced to Your Region This Week, RogersTV speaks with the lead researchers at UWaterloo about how 5G will benefit Canadians from Coast to Coast to Coast. 

  3. Dec. 14, 2020GEDIx: A 30-minute Exchange featuring Rogers Communications and SSIMWAVE discussing 5G

    The 5G suite of technologies is much more than just faster movie downloads and maybe a reason to buy a new phone.  Fundamentally new things can be done with 5G that simply weren’t possible before.  That means fundamental new innovations are possible.  Some are already coming.  Could your enterprise be left behind? GEDI founding partner Rogers and GEDI Exchange member SSIMWAVE sit down to discuss 5G.

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Meet our people

Alyssa Kuron

Alyssa Kuron

Project and Operations Manager, GEDI

Responsibilities: Project management of GEDI’s key corporate partnerships and management of operational functions for the GEDI team.


Email: alyssa.kuron@uwaterloo.ca