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Dec 20 2017
Rohde & Schwarz, one of the world's leading manufacturers of information and communications technology products for professional users, has become a new Collaborator of 5TONIC, the leading Open 5G lab founded by Telefónica and IMDEA Networks.
Dec 19 2017
Dr. Narseo Vallina-Rodríguez, from the Madrid research Institute IMDEA Networks and also affiliated to ICSI from Berkeley (USA), is interviewed for the evening edition of the Spanish news program ‘Telediario’ of the main Spanish public news channel... +
Children's apps steals
Dec 15 2017
Researchers from Berkeley (USA) and IMDEA Networks (Madrid, Spain) reveal that some 'apps' identify users, their location, phone number and name. Many of them capture information before obtaining consent and use it for publicity.
Dec 13 2017
The IFEMA LAB 5G research team is working on the development of 5G prototypes based on four applications: “Augmented Trade Fair”, “Time Travel”, “Translator” and “Teleport”. The prototypes will be presented at the forthcoming staging of the... +
Dec 12 2017
This week marks a quarter of a century since the first SMS, a service that forever changed communication between people. With the new technology, users went from making calls, to having writing as the main tool of interaction. Text messaging was the... +
Dec 11 2017
The engineering firm from Burgos is working with 5TONIC on a project to centralise AGV decision-making.
Dec 07 2017
The new generation of 5G mobile networks is the future of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector - a true technological revolution that will deliver the Internet of Things and is being driven by R&D+i initiatives like '... +
Dec 01 2017
The Rector of University Carlos III of Madrid, Professor Juan Romo, accompanied by the Director of the Higher Polytechnic School, Professor Daniel Segovia and the Director of the Department of Telematics Engineering, Professor Mario Muñoz, visited... +
Nov 23 2017
Ericsson has announced the successful testing of eXHAUL Project, a novel network concept which provides agnostic transport for Radio (Fronthaul & Backhaul) and Fixed Enterprise Access, supporting the current CPRI, eCPRI, Ethernet and future 5G... +

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