Cable & Telecom

Ericsson, Carleton University establish new Ericsson Chair in 5G Wireless Research

OTTAWA – Ericsson and Carleton University announced today they have established a new $2-million Ericsson Chair in 5G Wireless Research as part of their already existing partnership, the Ericsson-Carleton University Partnership for Research and Leadership in Wireless Networks. The Ericsson Chair in 5G Wireless Research is held by Ioannis Lambadaris (above), Chancellor’s professor in Carleton’s systems and computer engineering department, and is designed “to explore solutions to the real-world application challenges of 5G,” a press release says. Ericsson Canada invested $1 million to establish the chair, which was matched by the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s Alliance...

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