Princeton University

Samsung Research America (SRA) has joined Princeton University‘s new NextG Corporate Affiliates program, reports Telecoms News. The program brings together industry and academia for the sake of research in 6G wireless networks and related technologies.

“The best academic research to help realise the promise of future wireless networks is informed by close interactions between faculty and industry technology leaders. Our NextG program aims to foster those deep collaborations around wireless technology, as well as policy, that are required to drive meaningful innovation and global leadership in an era of rapid change”, said Andrea Goldsmith, Dean of Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.

The NextG initiative was launched last year at Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and aims to increasingly advance innovation in networking, sensing and other key areas that will be the foundation of next-generation data infrastructure.

“We encourage Princeton’s researchers to continue innovating and develop potentially disruptive 6G technologies,” said Dr Charlie Zhang, SVP at SRA.

With SRA chairing key 6G standardization groups, the company is now in a position to quickly translate Princeton’s insights into broader ecosystem developments.

With the new partnership, Samsung aims to take wireless networks into a new era in which 6G promises significantly higher speeds, lower latency and expanded opportunities for new mobile applications.

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