Dark
Light

Samsung teams up with Princeton to pioneer 6G network technology.

1 min read
69 views

TLDR: Samsung Research America (SRA) has partnered with Princeton University to develop next-generation 6G network technologies. SRA will become a founding member of Princeton University’s “NextG Initiative Corporate Affiliates Program” and will collaborate with other companies such as Ericsson, Intel, MediaTek, Nokia Bell Labs, Qualcomm Technologies, and Vodafone. Samsung’s collaboration with Princeton University highlights its commitment to developing next-generation communication technology.

Samsung Research America (SRA), the research and development organization of Samsung Electronics, has joined forces with Princeton University in the United States to develop next-generation 6G network technologies. Under the collaboration, SRA will become a founding member of Princeton University’s “NextG Initiative Corporate Affiliates Program” to spearhead research and development in 6G technologies.

The program, launched by Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, aims to accelerate the adoption of new technologies and enhance innovation across various sectors. The collaboration includes other companies such as Ericsson, Intel, MediaTek, Nokia Bell Labs, Qualcomm Technologies, and Vodafone.

Samsung Electronics has been actively focusing on the development of next-generation communication technology. The company established the Advanced Communications Research Center (ACRC) in 2019 and hosted the inaugural Samsung 6G Forum in 2022.

Samsung’s partnership with Princeton University highlights its commitment to advancing the development of 6G network technologies. The collaboration with other leading companies in the industry will further accelerate research and development in this area.

Previous Story

Learn from DNA: The Download, embrace watermarks for environmental progress.

Next Story

Automation: The Key to Efficient Energy Production, Use, and Storage

Latest from News