Professor Arturo Azcorra, IMDEA Networks’ director and one of the top European experts on the fifth generation of mobile communication networks (5G), has been invited by the 5G office of Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs to participate in the 4th Taipei 5G Summit, «The Power of New Radio & Edge Intelligence».
14 Aug 2017
Do you want to understand more about how the Internet is connected in Africa? IMDEA Networks Institute participates in the ARDA (African Route-collectors Data Analyzer) system, which it has jointly designed in collaboration with the Internet Society – ISOC. Rodérick Fanou (IMDEA Networks Institute and UC3M) and Victor Sánchez-Agüero (IMDEA Networks Institute and UC3M) were the lead developers of ARDA 1.0. under the supervision of Dr. Francisco Valera (UC3M).
07 Aug 2017
Dr. Heinrich J. Stüttgen, Vice President of NEC Laboratories Europe, has been appointed member of the Board of Trustees and of the Scientific Council of IMDEA Networks Institute. The Board is the highest organ of governance, representation and administration of the Spanish research Institute. As a member of the Scientific Council he will also have an advisory role in all matters pertaining the Institute’s scientific activities, which are focused on the development of the science of networks.
Video presentation of the IFEMA-5TONIC 5G digital innovation laboratory for the tourism and trade fair sector
01 Aug 2017
IFEMA will host the first R+D laboratory for 5G prototypes in the tourism and trade fair sector.
28 Jul 2017
The laureate professor and scientist Prof. Dr. Ian Akyildiz of the Georgia Institute of Technology – Georgia Tech (USA), visited Madrid on July 19th, 2017, to give a talk entitled "SoftAir: A Software-Defined Networking Architecture for 5G Wireless Systems".
17 Jul 2017
Pablo Rodríguez Rodríguez, a member of the Scientific Council of IMDEA Networks, has recently been appointed CEO of Telefonica Innovation Alpha. Telefonica Innovation Alpha is a newly created lab launched to explore future disruptive technology and undertake long-term research and innovation.
13 Jul 2017
In the ever-changing context of communication networks, all roads converge towards the promise of 5G: higher data bandwidth, greater speed and lower latency. International scientists are competing to be the first to develop technical solutions that seek to unite and balance the set of existing technologies with those yet to come, and thus bring us closer to the ideal of seamless communications.