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Central Iowa will be home to PAWR’s rural broadband testbed

A research wireless network testbed for rural broadband and related use cases will soon cover roughly 600 miles of central Iowa, including half a dozen communities, multiple school districts and the University of Iowa campus in Ames, Iowa. The fourth and only rural testbed...

Intel, NSF fund research into wireless-specific edge and machine learning

Can artificial intelligence be trained to improve wireless network performance, classify emerging devices on a network, or conduct real-time machine learning at the network edge? Those are just a few of the concepts being explored in new research programs funded by Intel and the...

California’s research network connects science and community

An interview with CENIC CEO Louis Fox reveals the interconnectedness and importance of broadband and wireless to researchers and community at large. CENIC — the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California — wants to connect the state of California into one giant wireless mesh network. With...

NYC, Salt Lake City to become smart city testbeds

New York City and Salt Lake City will both become large-scale testbeds for smart city and 5G technologies, having won funding from the National Science Foundation and a consortium of wireless industry companies under the Platform for Advanced Wireless Research program. PAWR provides $50 million...

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