Smart Internet Lab hosts successful completion of EU project, 5G-XHaul
4 July 2018
The EU project 5G-XHaul concluded at the end of June 2018. The final event was organised by the Smart Internet Lab's High Performance Network Group (HPN) at the University of Bristol, UK.
The event was attended by over 35 people, including the 5G-XHaul EU Project Officer, the technical experts evaluating the project, project partners, and invited participants representing other projects running under the 5G Public Private Partnership (5G-PPP), as well as local industries.
The event included a set of technical demonstrations hosted at the Smart Internet Lab and a final field trial across the city of Bristol.
To read the full press release please see here.
About the Smart Internet Lab
The Smart Internet Lab builds on strategic and applied research on key communications and digital technologies at the University of Bristol to create, and permanently support, a hub for Internet Research with long lasting benefits for society and economy.
About the Communication Systems & Networks Group
The CSN Group was formed in 1985 to address the research demands of the fixed and wireless communications sectors. It combines fundamental academic research with a strong level of industrial application. The Group has well-equipped laboratories with state-of-the-art test and measurement equipment and first-class computational facilities. Recently the Group has joined forces with the University's High Performance Networks (HPN) Group and the Photonics Research Group to form the Smart Internet Lab. Postgraduate students from the University of Bristol are funded by and trained through the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Communications.