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Blu Wireless wins new UK 5G Create project
Blu Wireless, has announced that it is part of the winning bid for the new Liverpool 5G Create project from the UK's Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS), a £7.2 million project. The 18-month programme will see Blu Wireless match-fund and play a significant role in delivering a robust, independent 5G network to help the vital NHS and Social Care services further develop in a post-COVID world.
Ultra fast video streamed through central Bristol
It has been announced by Blu Wireless Technology, that its 5G ready technology has been used to stream video through Bristol’s historic centre. The 5G-XHaul project demonstration, which started 1st July 2015, marks the end of a three year collaborative research study to identify 5G technologies funded by the European Commission under the framework of the 5G Public Private Partnership (5G-PPP).
A key innovator in the Innovation Radar Platform
Blu Wireless Technology has announced it has been named by the European Commission as a key innovator in its Innovation Radar Platform. This acknowledgement is bestowed as a result of the company’s involvement in the Horizon 2020 framework, the largest research and innovation funding programme in Europe.
Inside CCS self-organising mmWave access and backhaul solution
Blu Wireless Technology has announced its leading Hydra 1.0 mmWave modem IP technology will be demonstrated by Cambridge Communication Systems Ltd (CCS) at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona in its latest generation of Metnet products. CCS will be introducing the new Metnet 12Gbps unlicensed 60GHz mmWave access and backhaul system, which has been enabled by the Hydra technology from Blu Wireless.
Blu Wireless wins UK DCMS healthcare and transport bids
Blu Wireless has announced that it has won two pilot project bids from the UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS). As part of the UK’s 5G Strategy, Blu Wireless has successfully secured funding for testbeds that will prove the commercial and public viability of its 5G technologies – which will help to bring about tangible social benefits.
Blu Wireless Technology joins Telecom Infrastructure Project
System IP provider for millimetre Wave (mmWave) applications, Blu Wireless Technology, has announced it has joined the Telecom Infrastructure Project (TIP) as part of the recently established mmWave working group, tasked with advancing networking solutions that use the 60GHz frequency band and addressing challenges in the wireless backhaul domain.
Will super-fast WiFi further damage Apple sales in China?
As Apple iPhone sales stall and China becomes critical to its future growth, the company must be worried by the rapid growth and innovation demonstrated by LeTV – a $1.6bn Chinese media company that is relatively unknown in the West. By Mark Barrett, CMO, Blu Wireless.
5G infrastructure to be examined by €7.3m XHaul Project
An ambitious, pan-European project will evaluate the infrastructure that will form the next gen of communications networks and services. The project partners include industrial companies, research institutes and universities from four European countries.
Blu Wireless joins 5G Innovation Centre
As part of its SME Technology partner programme, Blu Wireless Technology has joined the University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC). Due to open its doors in September 2015, the 5GIC is the UK’s only research centre dedicated to next-gen mobile communications. The centre will bring together leading academic expertise and key industry partners in a shared vision to develop standards and technology for 5th gen wireless networks.
V band phased array modem enables GB-speed
Blu Wireless Technology will be demonstrating its Lightning V Band phased array prototype modem at the Small Cells Conference at the ExCel London, 9th to 11th June. The lightning module is based on its unique HYDRA baseband technology and represents the first physical manifestation in a development roadmap, which will see the technology applied to WiGig and ultimately MM Wave modems for the emerging 5G mobile standard.
UVM software for mm-wave quality tested
Blu Wireless has quality tested its SystemC-based Universal Verification Methodology (UVM) software with software verification specialist TVS. Bristol-based Blu Wireless is hoping to target its mm-wave wireless technology at next-gen high speed Wi-Fi applications. The custom verification infrastructure was developed by TVS engineers in India, in collaboration with the UK team during the testing and verification process.
Gigabit modem for mm-wave communication receives validation
Blu has announced the validation of the lead implementation in 40nm CMOS of its HYDRA IP, a gigabit modem aimed at mm-wave communication, ‘WiGig’ 802.11ad and wireless Back Haul for LTE mobile networks. The HYDRA System IP provides a complete multi-Gigabit capable baseband processor with all the associated firmware for the PHY and MAC functions needed to build mm-wave gigabit wireless modem ICs.
Blu Wireless Technology to exhibit Lightning module at MWC
At MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2015, which takes place from 2nd to 5th March in Barcelona, Blu Wireless Technology will demonstrate its 60GHz Lightning module. To enable beam formed Gbit communications, the company has integrated its gigabit baseband technology HYDRA with 60GHz active phased array radio technology into the Lightning wireless gigabit modem.
Terabit fibre optic cable enables 'Bristol is Open'
Blu Wireless Technology has announced that it will deploy a number of 60GHz wireless ‘Lightning’ modules for use in the experimental high-speed network, 'Bristol Is Open'. The modules will use the company's custom baseband gigabit modem architecture, HYDRA, to provide a novel wireless mesh backhaul link.