Mar 4, 2019PARIS
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France Brevets, EURECOM, IMT, and Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced they will hold a joint 5G Conference in Paris on March 26-27, 2019. The Conference will be a unique opportunity to gain insights into 5G technology, the current evolutions of 5G standards, and plans for 5G commercialization. Guests will hear industry & technology experts from Qualcomm, academic & research experts from IMT and EURECOM, and IP policy experts from France Brevets about the latest developments in 5G innovation.
The Conference follows a joint agreement signed between France Brevets, EURECOM, IMT, and Qualcomm Incorporated to research new technologies for future 5G standards. Under the terms of the agreement, Qualcomm will contribute funding and standards expertise to support wireless communications research by EURECOM and its partner organization IMT, while France Brevets will provide support in the area of intellectual property strategy.
“France Brevets is proud to help organize this conference with our world-class partners to showcase the exciting realm of 5G,” said Yann Dietrich, Senior Vice President Licensing and IP Counsel at France Brevets. “With experts from EURECOM, IMT, and Qualcomm offering invaluable insights into the technology, standards, and commercialization developments of 5G, we believe this event will be a must-see for the European tech community.”
“Qualcomm continues to lead the way in 5G research, development, and commercialization,” said Alex Rogers, executive vice president & president, Qualcomm Technology Licensing. “We are proud to organize and participate in this Conference with France Brevets, EURECOM, and IMT, and look forward to highlighting some of the most interesting aspects of this world-changing technology.”
“EURECOM is honored to participate in this Conference to share its views on the role of academic research institutes in 5G innovation alongside its partners, Qualcomm, France Brevets and IMT. The event represents a unique opportunity to connect with major industry players, SMEs, standards setting organizations and governmental bodies from the European 5G landscape” said Raymond Knopp, Professor at EURECOM.
The 5G Conference will be held on March 26-27, 2019 in Paris (Telecom ParisTech), and is expected to be attended by researchers, OEMs, operators, policymakers, media, analysts, and others.
Sign up for the event: https://francebrevets.wixsite.com/5gevent
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About France Brevets
France Brevets is a company that strives to ensure the value and protection of high-potential technological innovations. A unique entity within Europe, France Brevets’ mission is to provide leading, high-level expertise in patents and intellectual property and partner with research institutes and companies of all sizes. It activates a variety of programs around the evaluation, assessment, optimization and co-construction of patent portfolios so as to increase the chances of growth and success for its partners within European and international markets. Supported by the French state and the Caisse des Dépôts, France Brevets deploys experts in France, Asia (China, Japan and Korea) as well as North America.
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Since the inception of EURECOM, the Communication Systems Department has produced world-renowned scientific contributions spanning digital signal processing for mobile communications, information theory, cellular radio systems and wireless networking protocols. In addition to fundamental research, the Institute has strong expertise in open-architecture multi-way real-time radio platforms for use in publicly-funded research projects aiming at demonstrating innovations at all protocols layers (RF to applications). In 2014, it founded the OpenAirInterface (OAI) Software Alliance (www.openairinterface.org) to allow its 3GPP software packages to be used and extended by a world-wide academic-industry open-source community. As of 2018, EURECOM has a European H2020 5GPPP facility for hosting 5G indoor and outdoor experiments around its premises.
EURECOM enjoys a worldwide reputation as a research center in digital sciences. Its cutting-edge research and technology is the result of the recruitment of international professors from a wide spectrum, as well on its reactivity, its expertise in interdisciplinary projects, and its multiple partnerships. In 2006, EURECOM was awarded the “Institut Carnot” label jointly with the Institut Mines Télécom for the quality of its research partnerships.
EURECOM chose to focus its research activities on three main areas: communication systems, digital security, and data science.
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About IMT www.imt.fr
Institut Mines-Télécom is a public institution dedicated to higher education and research for innovation in the fields of engineering and digital technology. Always tuned in to the economic world, it combines high academic and scientific legitimacy with close business relations and a unique positioning in 3 major transformations of the 21st century: Digital Affairs, Energy and Ecology, and Industry. Its training and research for innovation are conducted in the Mines and Télécom Graduate Schools under the supervision of the Minister for Industry and Electronic Communications, in one subsidiary and in institutions that are associate partners or under contract. Institut Mines-Télécom is a founding member of the Industry of the Future Alliance. It has two Carnot labels for the quality of its research partnerships. Every year, around one hundred startup companies leave its incubators.