- Lab will enable Britain’s brightest innovators to test technology in a “simulated” real-world environment
- Central pillar of the government’s strategy to build a safer and more innovative 5G supply chain
A new high-tech lab to accelerate the development of the 5G communications kit and help the UK diversify its supply chains opens today.
The government-backed £ 1 million SONIC Labs will help accelerate the adoption of Open RAN technology, which is a key pillar of the government’s 5G diversification strategy.
The strategy aims to build a safer and more innovative supply chain that is sustainable, less dependent on a small number of multinational suppliers, and more accessible to new entrants.
The lab will be a real-world test facility aiming to bring multiple vendors together to deliver components for 5G radios.
Open RAN technology will end situations where only one telecommunications network provider’s technology can be used to …